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Originally from the California Bay Area, Jillian Bruschera is an interdisciplinary artist and arts-activist creating works in visual art, writing, public installation, body performance, and social practice. Alternating between a studio and a social practice, handmade recycled paper is a primary material for installation, assemblage and performance. As founder and proprietor of The Mobile Mill, Jillian works as a traveling teaching artist in hand papermaking. She, along with her brother Maxum Bruschera, are co-developers of the Papermaker’s Pack.
I’m so glad, Gayle. Thanks for commenting!
Helen, Jillian is very well-spoken and the interview is one of your best.
We continue to grow our paper art through your efforts.
Thanks for delivering these to your students.
Thanks so much, Linda! Happy to share the exciting things happening in and of paper.
Thanks, Lauren. It is so great to see “youngsters” carrying the torch and figuring out new angles!