Visiting artist Tatiana Ginsberg will be at the UI Center for the Book Oct. 7–10.
- Friday, Oct. 7, 5:30 p.m., Ms Ginsberg will give an artists’ talk on her artwork and career E105 AJB.
- Saturday & Sunday, Oct. 8 & 9: “Japanese Natural Colorants for Paper”; a workshop at the Oakdale Paper facility. For information on visiting the workshop, please contact Julie Leonard – email@example.com.
- Monday, Oct. 10 10:30 a.m., 29 North Hall: Informal talk on her research while on a Fulbright in Japan
Artist, dyer, and papermaker Tatiana Ginsberg studied at the University of Iowa Center for the Book before spending two years in Japan on a Fulbright research grant investigating traditional naturally dyed Japanese papers. Studying at one of the oldest dye studios in Kyoto, she learned the art of dyeing paper in brilliant colors for temple festivals, sutra copying, and other uses. She has an MFA from the University of California Santa Barbara and now teaches as a visiting artist at Mount Holyoke College. Her own work integrates traditional skills with contemporary techniques, and is exhibited nationally and internationally.