Isn’t washi (Japanese paper) just paper as we know it, only more expensive ? In the case of the Book Arts, the answer is a resounding no!
On Thursday, March 9, 5 PM PST, tune in to Nancy Jacobi’s virtual talk to learn why, if you are a serious artist, printmaker, conservator or collector who cares about the longevity of your works, you should know the long-range repercussions of the materials you are using. Choosing carefully from the range and quality of washi available today could revolutionize your work while you help to save the craft and the planet.
This event is hosted by the Alcuin Society. Learn more about the talk. This event is free and open to the public. Please register early on Eventbrite as space is limited. Can’t make it? The event will be recorded and uploaded to the Alcuin Society YouTube channel in the weeks following the talk.