Paperworks provides educational and creative opportunities for all who love and work with and on paper. We promote the appreciation and enjoyment of the paper and book arts through ongoing meetings, workshops, and special events.
We are an all-volunteer organization. We anticipate more than 200 members for 2016-2017. Approximately 100 members and guests come to each monthly meeting to exchange information and experience the high quality of our programs.
Workshops, programs, and other activities will be better than ever in the coming year! Spring is typically when programs and workshops feature renowned artists from across the U.S., while fall classes emphasize the rich variety of creative inspiration offered by local master artists.
Each year, PaperWorks members donate art supplies to a charity of our choosing. This year, we are giving to the children of Dragonfly Village providing quality transitional housing for homeless and low-income individuals and families.
PaperWorks also awards membership and monetary scholarships to students of the paper arts, photography, printing, painting and bookbinding.
This year's recipients are:
from the University of Arizona
Peyton Anne Prater
from Pima Community College
Aiden Ellery Page
Have your work published in the PaperWorks Journal. You're invited to contribute text and images on the theme "THE MIND OF AN ARTIST: EXPLORATION AND DISCOVERY". For contributor guidelines, click here.