Admission is free Hours: 9:00-5:00, Monday to Friday
* The Museum is closed all Georgia Tech holidays.
* The Museum will be closed on Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day
The Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking is an internationally renowned resource on the history of paper and paper technology. In addition to more than 2,000 books, the museum features a remarkable collection of over 10,000 watermarks, papers, tools, machines, and manuscripts. The museum’s mission is to collect, preserve, increase and disseminate knowledge about papermaking – past, present and future.
The Museum features the Dard Hunter Collection of artifacts and books on paper and hand papermaking.
Located in the Renewable Bioproducts Institute at Georgia Tech, the museum’s exhibits feature Hunter’s historic collection, tools from the early industrialization of papermaking, environmental issues related to papermaking, and changing gallery spaces.
In addition to exhibits, programs on papermaking and paper-related arts are offered throughout the year. Visit our workshops and education pages for up to date information.
Pure Pulp Contemporary Artists
Working in Paper at Dieu Donné
From June 9 through August 5, 2016, the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking at Georgia Tech presents Pure Pulp: Contemporary Artists Working in Paper at Dieu Donné, an exhibition designed to convey the range and vitality ofartmaking with paper over the course of 40 years at Dieu Donné, the renowned New York City papermaking studio. Established artists such as E.V. Day, William Kentridge,Glenn Ligon, Do Ho Suh, and Richard Tuttle are represented alongside emerging artists
such as Firelei Báez, Ian Cooper, and Natalie Frank.
Firelei Báez, Ian Cooper, David Kennedy Cutler, E.V. Day, Melvin Edwards, Natalie Frank, Jane Hammond, Jim Hodges, William Kentridge, Jon Kessler, Glenn Ligon,Suzanne McClelland, Arlene Shechet, Kate Shepherd, Molly Smith, Do Ho Suh, Mary Temple, Richard Tuttle, Ursula von Rydingsvard, and B. Wurtz.
Exhibition organized by the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College. Exhibit tour orgamized by Dieu Donné, New York.