DATE Sat, May 30th - Sun, May 31sst

TIME 10:00 am–4:00 pm

COST $216 

(Price reflects 10% discount until April 15)

Surface as Content:

Embedding in Handmade Paper

Taught by Ann Marie Kennedy

Explore the interplay between the surface and the interior of a sheet of paper. Similar to collage, embedding allows you to create multidimensional layers in paper. You will learn how to create this effect by using wet paper pulp, textiles, plant fibers, and other collage materials. Using laminating processes as well as deckle boxes, you will embed directly into paper. Throughout the weekend, you will experiment and play with this technique to create unique works to bring home.

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Ann Marie Kennedy is an artist and papermaker based in Raleigh, NC.  In her installations and works on paper, she uses natural materials to create narratives about human connections and experiences.  She is an Associate Professor at Wake Tech Community College and a former resident artist at Penland School of Crafts (2001-4). She teaches workshops in hand papermaking and participates in many exhibits both locally and nationally. 

Supply List​​

  • Waterproof, slip resistant shoes

  • Embedding materials (small pieces that are flatter, such as ribbon, string, dried flowers, plant fibers, decorative papers, etc)

  • Lunch and a beverage

Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory & Educational Foundation | 1754 E. 47th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44103  |  Phone 216.361.9255


Hours of Operation: 10 am - 4 pm, Tuesday - Saturday