As part of the United by Hand exhibition, HCCC invites the public to donate military uniforms and civilian clothing to be used in the papermaking process for the upcoming Combat Paper demonstration and workshop, March 24 – 25, 2017, by artist Drew Cameron. Read More »
Please join HCCC for the opening of United by Hand: Work and Service by Drew Cameron, Alicia Dietz, and Ehren Tool, Future Tradition: Melissa Cody, and Pocket Museum on Friday, February 3, 2017, from 5:30 to 8:00 PM. The evening will also feature open studios by HCCC’s current resident artists.
Please join HCCC staff member and former resident artist Tarina Frank to explore the craft of bookbinding. Learn how to make a book by folding and sewing paper together with waxed thread. This beginner binding technique can be used with various paper types and sizes to create sketchbooks, notebooks, and journals. Read More »
As part of United by Hand: Work and Service by Drew Cameron, Alicia Dietz, and Ehren Tool, HCCC is pleased to present an Artist Talk by Alicia Dietz.
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HCCC is pleased to present Resident Artist Talks by current residents, Rebecca Braziel, Amber Marie Smith, and Shiyuan Xu.
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Join Houston Center for Contemporary Craft for the first Craft Social, a night of making and exploring contemporary craft over conversation and refreshments. Read More »
Stop by the HCCC Craft Garden to watch United by Hand artist Drew Cameron conduct a papermaking demonstration as part of the ongoing Combat Paper initiative. Drawing from the 2,000-year-old tradition of Western hand papermaking, Drew will be repurposing plant-based fibers from donated military uniforms and civilian clothing into handmade paper. Read More »
HCCC Members’ Exclusive Workshop Hours: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM.
Space is limited. Members should reserve their spot at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please stop by the HCCC Craft Garden to participate in a free workshop led by United by Hand artist and Combat Paper co-founder Drew Cameron. In this workshop, the public is invited to repurpose donated uniforms and clothing into handmade paper using the 2,000-year-old process of Western hand papermaking.