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  • hamburgerbuntpapier_de
    As the exciting dates accumulate on my screen, I think I ll dare to add some of my own: I ve been working my way through all the back messages during the last
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 6, 2003
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      As the exciting dates accumulate on my screen, I think I'll dare to add
      some of my own:
      I've been working my way through all the back messages during the last
      weeks and have not found a single trace of a paste paper maker, what a
      pity! Marbling and paste paper making are certainly not twins, but of
      the same family, so every specialist should know about the basics of
      the other technique.
      My classes are rather international this year - well, as international
      as can be expected for a Northern European - so maybe some of you are
      adventurously minded and would like to get acquainted with traditional
      European paste paper techniques and are here at the right time... it's:

      Hamburg, Nov. 8th and 9th
      London, Nov. 10th
      Ascona, March 10th - 12th
      Vienna (maybe, not definitely fixed yet)
      Hamburg, May 8th - 9th

      Contact me personally if you're interested, I'll give you particulars.
      Susanne Krause
    • sixshort
      -Hi Susanne, Come to Australia! It s a great place to visit. We try to keep it a secret, but let a few people in on it. There are many people here very
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 6, 2003
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        -Hi Susanne, Come to Australia! It's a great place to visit. We try
        to keep it a secret, but let a few people in on it. There are many
        people here very interested in paste papers. Di Harris recently gave
        a weekend workshop for the Gold Coast Calligraphic Society, at which
        several marblers were present. Vi Wilson, whose marbling most
        international marblers are familiar with, gave a similar workshop
        some years back - she makes beautiful paste papers. In Melbourne I
        know of at least one marbler (Robert McLaren, who attended the 2002
        IMG) and several bookbinders who regularly make pastepapers. I
        suspect that many marblers also dabble in pastepapers, but
        unfortunately don't have time to do both really well! Time, our
        sometime friend and sometime enemy. By the way, I really enjoyed
        your translation of the Rilke poem. Good to have a bit of lateral
        thinking on this chat line. Joan Ajala-- In
        Marbling@yahoogroups.com, "hamburgerbuntpapier_de"
        <hamburgerbuntpapier@t...> wrote:
        > As the exciting dates accumulate on my screen, I think I'll dare to
        add
        > some of my own:
        > I've been working my way through all the back messages during the
        last
        > weeks and have not found a single trace of a paste paper maker,
        what a
        > pity! Marbling and paste paper making are certainly not twins, but
        of
        > the same family, so every specialist should know about the basics
        of
        > the other technique.
        > My classes are rather international this year - well, as
        international
        > as can be expected for a Northern European - so maybe some of you
        are
        > adventurously minded and would like to get acquainted with
        traditional
        > European paste paper techniques and are here at the right time...
        it's:
        >
        > Hamburg, Nov. 8th and 9th
        > London, Nov. 10th
        > Ascona, March 10th - 12th
        > Vienna (maybe, not definitely fixed yet)
        > Hamburg, May 8th - 9th
        >
        > Contact me personally if you're interested, I'll give you
        particulars.
        > Susanne Krause
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