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Gary A. Hanson

Host, Producer & Editor of I'll Have A Beer And Talk & Editor of Helen Hiebert Studio
Recent episodes featuring Gary A. Hanson
I’ll Have A Beer And Talk Episode 120: The Return
I'll Have A Beer And Talk
I’ll have a beer and talk aboot machine pesto, fish flag fish flag poop 120, nature is prozac, american symbolism is sick of american crap, wubwubbzztbzzt, heart lasagna hate mondays & pollution, and what is the cat’s SECRET name??? Beer: Unveiled Brewing Company’s Brown Ale, a 5.6% ABV American Brown Ale https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/21092/377489/ Show Notes: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1kno4Yu_K-WT2IX_ua0CYjU3lFcDukMnJflBaqeI9VII/edit?usp=sharing Music: Polka for Accordion in C-Minor by Steven O'Brien, Licensed under a Creative Commons License https://soundcloud.com/stevenobrien/polka-for-accordion-in-c-minor https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Call-To-Action music: joe 9086 club mix https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRhEQIRQjio Sponsored by: Pulp & Deckle http://pulpanddeckle.com/ Curley Sound http://curleysound.com/ A word from Gary!: Just like riding a bike!
Arnold & Mabel Grummer
Helen Hiebert Studio
You can listen to this episode by clicking on the white arrow above, or subscribe to the Paper Talk podcast in iTunes so you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Mabel Grummer & Kim Schiedermayer Mabel Grummer was married to Arnold Grummer, and together they founded Arnold Grummer’s LLC in 1976. Arnold Grummer gained understanding of paper’s structure and technology working with PhD scientists while on faculty at the Institute of Paper Chemistry. He later added the duties of Curator of the Dard Hunter Paper Museum where he assisted visitors and correspondents from all over the world with scholarly research. Blending knowledge of the historic snd scientific worlds of paper, Arnold Grummer’s respect and passion for paper along with a keenly developed ability to communicate led to five books and diverse presentations with his Great American Paper Machine’. Here are two photos of the Great American Paper Machine:   In 1999 the Friends of Dard Hunter captured the essence of Arnold’s distinctive contribution with it’s first-ever Lifetime Achievement Award: “For advancing the art of paper making…and sharing your infectious joy of the craft with us all.” In 2012 Arnold Grummer gained honor for his unique contribution to the Paper Industry by being inducted into the Paper Industry International Hall of Fame in the category of Service, Educator, Entrepreneur. Click here for more highlights of Arnold Grummer’s career, books, articles and appearances. ++++++ Music featuring excerpts of Makin’ Paper folk song by Peter Thomas. Listen to the full song and find out about other paper and book arts folk songs. Gary A. Hanson did the sound editing for this episode.  He practices and refines his skills in audio production while making his own podcast I’ll Have a Beer and Talk, a show about tech news, culture, weird animal stories and of course, beer. Gary is also the Deckle in Pulp & Deckle, a Portland-based community hand-papermaking studio. ++++++
Rachel Hazell
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You can listen to this episode by clicking on the white arrow above, or subscribe to the Paper Talk podcast in iTunes so you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Portrait & photo below by Susan Bell Drawing her inspiration from remote landscapes, typography, shorelines, flea-markets and remarkable literary cities, book artist Rachel Hazell takes people on creative journeys, making books and unfolding stories. Home is the city of Edinburgh and the small Hebridean island of Iona. With The Travelling Bookbinder, she holds bookart workshops across the world, from a palazzo in Venice to a library on Nantucket. Her online courses, PaperLove and BookLove enable people, regardless of location, to develop ideas, imagination and technical skill. Rachel’s new book, Bound: 15 Beautiful Bookbinding Projects, is available wherever fine books are sold. Learn more Rachel’s online courses, Book Love & Paper Love We talked about where Rachel gets her favorite bookbinding supplies: Hewitt & Sons in the UK. ++++++ Music featuring excerpts of Makin’ Paper folk song by Peter Thomas. Listen to the full song and find out about other paper and book arts folk songs. Gary A. Hanson did the sound editing for this episode.  He practices and refines his skills in audio production while making his own podcast I’ll Have a Beer and Talk, a show about tech news, culture, weird animal stories and of course, beer. Gary is also the Deckle in Pulp & Deckle, a Portland-based community hand-papermaking studio. ++++++
Laurence Barker
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You can listen to this episode by clicking on the white arrow above, or subscribe to the Paper Talk podcast in iTunes so you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Laurence Barker, an eloquent apologist for the history and artistic potential of the handmade paper medium, wrote that it is “precisely in the hyphen between support and medium, where ground becomes figure, that much untapped poetry resides, acting paper that is in turn acted upon….Like a rheostat, paper can be easily dialed down, as it were, to the near-zero assertiveness of pure support –i.e., sheets that are white, smooth, and square – as it can be cranked up through stages to an intensity of activity that is pure medium.” Barker was head of the printmaking department at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan from 1960 to 1970. He cites as a “key moment” in his life, when in 1962, a student gave him a piece of Douglass Howell’s handmade paper. Barker recalled, “This wrinkled, semi-translucent paper discreetly proclaimed a life of its own.” Barker attended a two-week seminar at Howell’s Long Island home and mill that summer. Upon returning to Cranbrook, Barker assembled the necessary equipment to establish a fine arts papermill, which opened in January 1963 as the first university-based papermaking program in America. Barker’s program at Cranbrook ultimately served as the breeding ground for some of America’s leading papermakers, including Walter Hamady of Perishable Press, John Koller of HMP Papers in Connecticut, Aris Koutroulis (who, in turn, taught Kathryn Clark of Twinrocker Papers), Winifred Lutz, and Roland Poska of Fishy Whale Press. ++++++ Music featuring excerpts of Makin’ Paper folk song by Peter Thomas. Listen to the full song and find out about other paper and book arts folk songs. Gary A. Hanson did the sound editing for this episode.  He practices and refines his skills in audio production while making his own podcast I’ll Have a Beer and Talk, a show about tech news, culture, weird animal stories and of course, beer. Gary is also the Deckle in Pulp & Deckle, a Portland-based community hand-papermaking studio. ++++++
Hedi Kyle & Ulla Warchol
Helen Hiebert Studio
You can listen to this episode by clicking on the white arrow above, or subscribe to the Paper Talk podcast in iTunes so you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Hedi Kyle was born in Berlin, graduated in 1959 from the Werk-Kunst-Schule in Wiesbaden, Germany, with a degree in graphic design, and shortly thereafter emigrated to the United States. In the decades since, Hedi has spent her career revolutionizing the field of book arts, teaching workshops throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Trained as an architect at the Cooper Union, Ulla Warchol worked in the field while developing a multidisciplinary approach to structure. She leans toward a broad exploration of materials and techniques in both large-scale works—interiors, buildings, and set design—and small-scale works—books, fabrication, and collaborations with artists. ++++++ Hedi & Ulla have collaborated on a book, The Art of the Fold, which we discuss in great detail on the podcast. We also chat about French Paper Co., which carries a variety of great papers for the structures in the book. I ordered their sample books right after the interview! And we talk about Zaansch Bord, which was originally made from the old windmill sails in the Netherlands. Hedi is particularly fond of this paper. And here are a few of the projects that you’ll find in the book! ++++++ Music featuring excerpts of Makin’ Paper folk song by Peter Thomas. Listen to the full song and find out about other paper and book arts folk songs. Gary A. Hanson did the sound editing for this episode. You can find him making audio magic with his podcast series, I’ll Have a Beer and Talk, a show about tech news, culture, weird animal stories and of course, beer. ++++++
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