The dog-days of summer are fast approaching, and many people are looking for cool places to escape the heat. Atlanta PlanIt, a feature on WABE 90.1, is showcasing ten unforgettable museums in Atlanta— including the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking!
See what they have to say about us and plan a stay-cation, day trip, or extended visit to discover what makes us “unforgettable.”
The Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking welcomes Jerushia Graham as the new Museum Coordinator. Jerushia is a familiar face in the galleries and classroom, since she has been teaching workshops at the museum for several years, including the popular EXPLORE homeschool program.
Join us for a Summer of Surface as we explore a variety of ways to create unique and interesting surface designs. Families of all ages and sizes are welcome to register for these workshops. All family workshops are taught by Jerushia and Miriam Graham, two Atlanta-based artists who have been teaching for many years.
Wednesday, June 14: Stamp-tacular Designs
Patterns and Pictures can be created in ways beyond the rubber stamp! Use the museum's special stamps to make patterns and more.
The Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking is pleased to co-host Chasing Paper, the Friends of Dard Hunter Annual Conference from October 11-13, 2017. The Friends were founded in 1981 to support the care and preservation of Hunter's extensive collection of papers, tools, equipment, and artifacts related to the history of hand papermaking. Hunter began his museum in 1956, which eventually became known as the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking.