Contemporary Papermaking With Hanji

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Contemporary Papermaking With Hanji
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Contemporary Papermaking with Hanji

A Fiber Arts Workshop with Hye Shin

Saturday, October 8, 10 am-5 pm
Studio 7
Crealdé Main Campus
Members $125, Non-members $145
WKF05 – FALL I Session

Experience the spirit of Korean culture by learning the history and techniques of hanji, a traditional Korean paper made from the paper mulberry tree. Hanji is known for its long and strong fibers and has a variety of applications such as windows, books, artwork and clothes. Learn to create thin mulberry papers and 3-D art forms. Each student will make a standard sheet of hanji using double-molding and papers with inclusions. Most materials provided. Students should bring towel and inclusions such as onion skin, flower petals, dried fern leaves, gold and silver sprinkles). Mold and deckle ($20) available for purchase during workshop.

Hye Shin has taught fiber arts at Crealdé since 2003. She completed her BFA and MFA in Fiber Arts from Ewha Womans University, South Korea, plus an additional MFA in textiles from The Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts at Indiana University. She recently completed public art pieces for the Historic Sanford Welcome Center and Florida Institute of Technology. Shin participates in group and solo exhibitions internationally. Her work is represented by Cervini Haas Gallery in Arizona and Florida Craft Art in St. Petersburg. Website:

Pictured: Hye Shin, "The Land, the Light, the Darkness," handmade hanji paper.
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By: Crealdé School of Art

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