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Helen Hiebert – Visiting Artist, Lecture and Workshop

Department — printmaking @ 8:09 pm, Monday, March 4th, 2013

Attention Printmakers and Book Arts Concentrators!

Helen Hiebert will be in residency here at MICA March 11-12. On Tuesday 12th she will be giving an hour long lecture 9am in Dophin’s Litho studio, then holding a workshop in the Dolphin Papermaking Studio 10am-3pm. Helen is an artist with work that encompasses sculptural books, paper objects, and installations. She has written four books on the materials and techniques of papermaking, as well as paper light lanterns of her own design.

Paper Object-1



To see more of her work, visit Helen Hiebert’s Website

 The workshop is currently full for participants, but if you are interested and would like to sit-in to watch please email Gail Deery at gdeery@mica.edu.


Fabriano Summer Workshop, Italy Presentation with Lynn Sures

Department — printmaking @ 8:06 pm, Monday, March 4th, 2013

Hello everyone!

On Tuesday, March 12th Lynn Sures will be giving a presentation on the Fabriano Summer Workshop. It will be held in the Litho Studio at 12pm, so pack your lunch and come learn about this exciting oppurtunity for printmakers, papermakers, and book binders alike.

“The town of Fabriano, Italy is the destination of a unique two-week hands on workshop led by Lynn Sures. Begin each day on site in the antique papermill learning from Fabriano master papermakers Roberto Rapanotti and Luigi Mecella, using their watermarked moulds and deckles. Spend afternoons om excursions arranged by the Fabriano Museum, to remarkable local places of interest.”



Fabriano, Italy


Fabriano Museo Della Carta 

Visit Lynn’s Website for more information.

If you are interested to learn more, or simply interested in paper at all, please join us!




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