Click here for more information about this three-phase event:
- Make an accordion solstice book with Helen in a free Zoom event.
- Learn how to beautifully create or recover a lamp shade in a 3-hour live online Zoom workshop.
- Participate in a 6-week online class and explore techniques for creating paper structures that are enhanced by light filtering through them.
Each month, you will receive project instructions designed to spark ideas that keep you creating for the rest of the month
Explore creative paper techniques, including origami, pop-ups, paper weaving, book arts, paper cutting and more.
Join our growing community of paper lovers online to learn and share in a warm, encouraging, supportive, creative community.
I’m Helen Hiebert, and I construct installations, sculptures, films, artists’ books and works in paper using handmade paper as my primary medium. I teach, lecture and exhibit my work internationally and online, and I am the author of several how-to books about papermaking and papercrafts. I have an extensive network of paper colleagues around the world and my interest in how things are made (from paper) keeps me up-to-date on current paper trends, which I write about in my weekly blog called The Sunday Paper. I also host interview papermakers and paper artists on my podcast Paper Talk, and I hold an annual paper retreat and papermaking master classes in my Red Cliff, Colorado studio each September.