A108/A108B – Papermaking Studio

The Papermaking Studio supports traditional and experimental approaches to papermaking, and the use of pulp as a sculptural medium. It is fully equipped with Hollander beaters, hydraulic presses, moulds and deckles, drying presses, and a large vacuum table, allowing students to explore pulp and its application to a variety of mediums such as sculpture, painting, photography, bookmaking, and printmaking.

Maximum Capacity – 1

Reservable Capacity – 1

Supervision – Regular walkthroughs when in use

Access Policy

Authorized users must coordinate with studio manager to reserve studio time. Only advanced students with faculty permission are authorized to use the paper studio this fall.


No new users trained this fall.