Rogan Brown, Magic Circle Colour

Micro Magic

Paper artist Rogan Brown examines the smallest slices of life.

Pulp + Process

Start date
Thursday, 02/21/2019, 10:00 AM
End date
Sunday, 04/21/2019, 5:00 PM
A vibrant exhibition presenting contemporary paper crafts, ranging from stunning cut paper to charming miniatures.

100 Pier 4 Boulevard, Suite 200
Boston, MA 02210
United States


11720 Washington Place
Los Angeles, CA 90066
United States


Fall Family Day

Start date
Saturday, 10/20/2018, 12:30 PM
End date
Saturday, 10/20/2018, 3:00 PM
Make masks, papel picado, screen-printed bags and contribute to our community altar.
Justin Favela with Quico

Piñata Pride

Las Vegas artist Justin Favela riffs on stereotypes with tissue paper, glue, and a sense of humor.
Jane Waggoner Deschner Family Suit

Photo Finish

A picture is worth a thousand words – especially when it’s sliced, stitched, or printed on unexpected materials.
Walter Hamady

Walter Hamady

Walter Hamady was a book artist, educator, publisher, and poet known for his tactile and witty approach to bookmaking and collage. He was elected a Fellow of the American Craft Council in 2006.
Mediums Paper Recognition College of Fellows
Piotr Szyhalski

Louder Than Words

Piotr Szyhalski’s larger-than-life letterpress amplifies voices in an age of protest.

Robert Brady

Robert Brady is a sculptor and professor emeritus at California State University, Sacramento. He was elected a Fellow of the American Craft Council in 2007.
Mediums Clay Wood Paper Metal Recognition College of Fellows
Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. prints

Video: Amos Paul Kennedy Jr.

We sat down with the letterpress artist to talk about how he came to make his signature prints, inclusivity in the arts, and more.

Portable Magic: the Art of the Book

Start date
Friday, 09/08/2017, 4:00 PM
End date
Friday, 12/15/2017, 4:00 PM
A show of contemporary book art by members of Santa Fe Book Arts Group (BAG).

490 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
United States

Lorraine Bubar No Turning Back Papercut

Slices of the World

Layered and intricate, Lorraine Bubar’s papercuts might remind you of Japanese woodblock prints or Indian miniature painting.