Date + Time
Jun 05, 2022, 10:00 AM – Jun 06, 2022, 4:00 PM
Cleveland, 1754 E 47th St, Cleveland, OH 44103, USA
Japanese papermaking is an ancient art over 1300 years old. In this two day workshop, you will learn how to create beautiful sheets of washi, and you will be introduced to traditional and nontraditional processes of making Japanese paper from start to finish. Using kozo grown in the Morgan’s garden, you will learn how to scrape the bark and cook and beat the fibers to form strong, translucent sheets of paper.
Michaelle Marschall has taught art to all ages in the Cleveland area since 2002, after completing her BFA at Lake Erie College. She is in her fourteenth year of teaching children’s art classes at The Cleveland Museum of Art. Michaelle is a printmaker and has been a resident artist with Zygote Press in Cleveland for over a decade. She most recently completed a certificate in less toxic intaglio methods at Zea Mays Printmaking Studio in Massachusetts.