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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.

To work in this studio you must be enrolled in a Papermaking class or have permission from an instructor or studio manager.