The 912 Studio hosted a four-day Combat Paper workshop in August, 2009. The veteran papermaking workshops were organized by Scott Meeker and other members of the local IVAW chapter.
Workshop leaders Drew Cameron, Nate Lewis, Mike Blake, Matt Howard and Jon Turner were joined by local veterans who pulped their uniforms worn while in military service. Participants made paper sheets and bound them into personal journals, tried their hand at pulp printing images on freshly made combat paper and collaborated to make large pulp murals.
For more about the workshop in Savannah, you may want to read an article from the Army Times.
Our thanks go out to the Savannah community for their legendary southern hospitality, and especially to The Four Points Sheraton for lodging and The Moon River Brewing Company who hosted a farewell reception and reading for the visiting combat papermakers.