Environmental paper artist Shirah Miriam Aumann, “Mimi”, has brought together an intern team to perform/present 4′ X 8′ sheets of paper made from agri-waste fibres captured right here in the Ozarks!
According to Mimi’s Facebook page:
“This small select group will work together to learn and use the skills of making paper by hand in the ancient tradition – with a modern twist. We will be working with agri-waste and other tree-free fibres to produce both utilitarian and artistic papers. How would you like to be able to create a single sheet of paper, 4’ X 8’, out of a fibre you captured locally? In the learning process, you will also be sharing that knowledge and promoting the craft to the Springfield community.”