Awagami has the ability to tailor make workshops for students, clubs and organizations interested in washi papermaking and indigo dyeing. We have hosted students from University of Kansas, RISD, University of Wisconsin, etc… How about your group? For more detailed information, please contact us by e-mail.
Awagami returns to the January 2021 edition of Paris' most anticipated show, Maison & Objet. This year, our custom designed booth will exude a sense of organic warmth and Japanese charm. Collection highlights will include our natural "A-Wall" washi wall coverings + a new collaborative Art Panels collection and a curated assortment of the mills famed indigo accessories. We welcome you to visit us in Paris and enjoy the natural beauty of Japanese washi paper
In January 2021, Awagami makes our annual visit to the worlds largest Art Supply & Hobby tradeshow, "Creativeworld" in Frankfurt, Germany. Please join us to see an inspirational range of Awagami Fine Art, Decorative & Hobby papers. Awagami continues to be the only Japanese papermill (not trading company) exhibiting at this fair so we hope you can join us and bring all your paper inquiries with you.
CP+ Camera and Photo Imaging Show, Yokohama Japan – March, 2021. This annual show has becomes Japans’ largest photography-related fair with everything you can imaging for professional and amateur photographers. CP+ show link here: http://www.cpplus.jp/en/
Photo Expo +, New York USA – October 25-27, 2018. For the first time, Awagami will have a booth at the USA’s premier photo and imaging show. Our staff will be on hand with Awagami’s full range of AIJP inkjet washi papers, unique custom made papers + beautiful Japanese photo mounting examples and free samples. Photo Expo + link here: https://www.photoplusexpo.com/
Our mill sponsors a number of international juried art show competitions. Enter one below for a chance to win an ‘Awagami Paper Award’:
FOR INFORMATION AND AN APPLICATION FOR AWAGAMI'S ANNUAL (FULLY FUNDED / ALL EXPENSES PAID ) AUTUMN 2019 A.A.I.R ARTIST RESIDENCY, PLEASE VISIT: http://awagamiair.com/
Awagami offers a Visiting Artist Program for artists wishing to use the mills facilities to expand their washi-making skills and create unique washi-based artworks. Applicants must submit an application for jurying.
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
Please contact us for an application form. Submit application, resume and artwork proposal to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org (write 'visiting artist program' in your emails subject line). Please be as specific as possible in your art proposal, including sketches of the work you wish to create during your time at Awagami. Also provide your website where we may see an accurate representation of your prior artwork (If you do not have a website, please send photos). The condition of acceptance may be different from previous cases dependent on factory's production schedule.
The visiting artist may be permitted to use the mills guesthouse near the mill. Artists who agree are responsible for cleaning and maintaining the premises of the house. Basic cooking, utensils and traditional style Japanese bedding are provided. Artists are responsible for purchasing their own food and replacing any items used up during their stay.
A 'Facility' fee of ¥5,000 per day will be charged. Artists are expected to pay for the expenses of their production in addition to the standard facility fee - including raw material cost, making new tools and/or purchase of special materials/equipment. Artists can use our printmaking studio at no extra cost to make etchings, monotypes, relief prints, etc... Artists wishing to make high-quality inkjet prints can also do so in our printmaking studio for a nominal fee.
All fees will be cleared on the artists 2nd to last day and must be paid the morning of last day. We accept either ¥ Japanese or credit card (VISA or MasterCard) only.
-The working space and tools will be shared with other workers at the mill.
-The working space and tools may be limited depends on mills schedule
-Do not use materials, tools and chemicals without mills permission.
-When you need materials or tools, please fill out the request form and submit it to us. Please submit the request in advance since the preparation of material may take some time.
Please be punctual for working: 9:00AM ~12:00PM / 12:45PM ~ 16:30PM. Artists should finish their daily works on time and leave at 17:00PM after cleaning of working space & tools. Artists may work in the housing in evening.
AT THE END OF YOUR VISITIf you have remaining materials, please bring them home or leave them at the mill and notify the office. (No refunds for remaining materials).