Sunday, April 18, 2010

ARTIST'S TALK at The National Print Museum - Dublin - 22nd April 2010

Hello Everyone,

Now that the SUN has appeared for a while things are getting a lot busier... so finally I'm updating the blog with news and workshop information!

I will be giving a talk at the National Print Museum in Dublin (Beggars Bush, Haddington Road, Dublin4) on the 22nd of April - Thursday, at 7.30pm.
I teach workshops at the Print Museum a few times in a year - it's an inspiring and interesting place to visit in case if you don't know it yet!

Here is the information from the Museum's brochure:

Hand Papermaking and Paper Art – Traditional and contemporary practices at the 20th IAPMA Congress, Tasmania, Australia

Admission: Free

This illustrated talk offers an insight into Tunde’s experiences at the 20th IAPMA (International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists) Congress in Tasmania in 2009 where she had been invited to participate and give workshops on the experimental techniques she uses in silk fibre papermaking. Her three piece installation work Land Script – Copper Coast was selected for the New Paper – Old Land International Paper Art Exhibition at the same time. The talk follows her journey through the locations and events of the Congress – professional papermaking studios, galleries, artist’s presentations, specialised paper art workshops and wilderness tours – in a country of extraordinary landscapes and wildlife. The IAPMA Congress provided a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences with over 130 international delegates and establish connections between networks and artists’ groups.

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