This video is from the Pulp Painting Demonstration Lecture hosted by the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking taught by guest artist Chad Hayward
Celebrating the opening of "Ruminate," the museum's newest exhibit with a virtual artist talk featuring Lea Basile-Lazarus, Chad Hayward, and Andrea Peterson. Each artist uses pulp painting to express their reflections of our world. Each voice is distinct in its visual language and complements the others.
This video is from the Silk Screen Printmaking workshop hosted by the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking taught by Guest Artist Sanaz Haghani
This recording is the culmination of our Fast Film Fest series, the watch party and awards for the paper stop animation contest submissions.
This video is part of the Fast Film Fest lecture series hosted by the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking on Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021
This workshop recording is from the Georgia Tech Library and the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking's Fast Film Fest workshop: Post Production Tips Using iMovie, hosted on February 17th, 2021
This program recording is from the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking's Fast Film Fest workshop: Fast Film Fest workshop Stop Motion How-To with Kieran Quinn of ASIFA-South, hosted on February 9th, 2021
This panel recording is from the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking's Fast Film Fest panel discussion: Lessons from a Life is Animation, hosted on January 29th, 2021
Virtual Paper as Book Lecture Recording From Wednesday, November 18, 2020 What makes a book a book? The artists featured in the “Paper as Book” panel expand our understanding of what a book can be into something else entirely. Join the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking virtually as we delve into the boundless potential of book arts and the various configurations in which paper is transformed into a “book”. Memories of the Barong - Ben Iluzada Neither This, Nor That - Elise Hochhalter Shirt Books - Shoko Nakamura
Virtual Paper as Surface Lecture Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking Wednesday, November 11, 2020 The artists on the “Paper as Surface” panel use paper in an illustrative way. What possibilities are revealed when your medium is both the content and the surface? Join the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking virtually as we speak to the artists about the pulp painting technique as an aesthetic and its potential as a communicative tool. Atrophy No. 1 - Michael Whitehead (Louisiana State University) Specimens - Melanie Mauro (University of the Arts) Coral Conundrum – Anela Oh (SMFA at Tufts University)