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In 1993, the Center for Book and Paper Arts was created within the Interdisciplinary Arts Department, with a mission of advancing research and innovation in the interdisciplinary practices of the artist’s book and hand papermaking, providing support for our graduate programs, and engaging the public through lectures, workshops, exhibitions and events. Together, we share the principle that interdisciplinarity is a defining characteristic of contemporary art practice, and a necessary prerequisite for those artists who will shape the future.
Art + Art History graduate students Hannah Batsel and Mary Clare Butler are 2015 - 16 Caxton Club grant recipients....
his large-scale installation investigates the philosophical and existential conundrums of evil and underlying faith in the world....
As part of a national U.S. road trip this Fall 2015, 'The Mobile Mill, a traveling paper studio' will make stop The Papermaker's Garden (corner of...