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Hanji is only made possible by the people who make, use, and support it. From farmers to monks, and unacknowledged women who bear the most tedious labor to equipment makers, these are the people that keep hanji alive today.



Covid Conversations Life in a Time of Corona podcast, episode 10

Covid Conversations Episode 10 features two artists who make and work with paper.
Aimee Lee is an artist and scholar who champions Korean papermaking in the English-speaking world and beyond. She is the author of the award-winning book, Hanji Unfurled, and built the first hanji studio in North America, located in Cleveland, Ohio, where she lives. She teaches, lectures, exhibits, and is collected internationally.

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Select hanji ducks: Still Point Gallery
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