The Mill http://wxpr.org en Summer Paper and Book Arts Series Looks at the Local http://wxpr.org/post/summer-paper-and-book-arts-series-looks-local <p>An arts nonprofit is focusing on local artists and sense of place with its summer workshop series.&nbsp; The Mill Paper and Book Arts Center has put together a series of three classes with the theme Locally Grown.&nbsp;</p><p>Mill co-director Debbie Jircik says the goal of the series is to bring master teachers to the Northwoods to share their knowledge of art processes.&nbsp;</p> Mon, 02 Jun 2014 14:56:55 +0000 Natalie Jablonski 19158 at http://wxpr.org Paper on Display: Exhibit at Nicolet http://wxpr.org/post/paper-display-exhibit-nicolet <p>A gallery exhibition at Nicolet College closes Friday. It features paper and book arts made by people involved with the Mill, an arts nonprofit based in Rhinelander.&nbsp;</p><p>Executive Director Daniel Goscha says the show is a kind of retrospective of the nonprofit’s first year.&nbsp;</p><blockquote><p>“It is a very diverse show.&nbsp; There’s examples of book arts, of printmaking, of letterpress and cyanotype.&nbsp; So it really is a broad show in terms of featuring paper making and book arts and all of the many facets that can take.”&nbsp;</p> Thu, 16 Jan 2014 23:07:44 +0000 Natalie Jablonski 13242 at http://wxpr.org Letterpress: An Antiquated Art, Or Maybe Not http://wxpr.org/post/letterpress-antiquated-art-or-maybe-not <p>During the holiday season, you might be receiving more cards in the mail than you normally do.&nbsp; But how many of those cards are printed by hand?&nbsp; One Rhinelander arts organization is an expert in doing just that.&nbsp; The technique is a combination of old and new techniques. &nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">Daniel </span>Goscha’s<span style="line-height: 1.5;"> tiny printing studio has a cabin-like feel and smells of wood smoke.</span></p> Thu, 05 Dec 2013 10:00:00 +0000 Natalie Jablonski & Matthew Rethaber 11546 at http://wxpr.org Letterpress: An Antiquated Art, Or Maybe Not