Combat Paper Comes to Montclair State University

Combat Paper is a veteran-led program that uses the ancient art of handmade papermaking to help veterans heal from the physical, psychological and emotional effects of war. The handmade paper is made out of old combat fatigues. Four days of papermaking, printing and writing, culminating in a poetry reading and exhibition as follows:

Tuesday, Sept. 11: Outdoor Combat Paper workshop in front of Café Diem- Open to veterans, students, faculty and staff.
Wednesday, Sept. 12: Writing workshop in Seminar Room at Finley South Hall – Open to veterans only.
Thursday & Friday, Sept. 13-14: Combat Paper workshop in the MFA Workshop at Finley South Hall – Open to veterans, students, faculty and staff.

All events are from 9:00am – 5:00pm.

This event is co-sponsored by:
The Montclair State University College of the Arts, Office of Education & Community Outreach,
the Department of Art & Design, Office of Equity & Diversity, Newman Catholic Center, University Health Services,
Residential Education and Services, Health Promotion, President's Commission on Affirmative Action and Diversity,
and the Office of Veteran and Military Resources/Student Development and Campus Life.

For more information please visit:
Combat Paper NJ