Ryan Leitner

Book Artist

Reprinted from ABC@Papermachine Scrapbook by Nancy Sharon Collins. Every year, Paper Machine’s Residency hosts local and national/international artists to develop creative projects and public programs that explore and expand the possibilities of print-based artistic inquiry. This year one of three resident artists is Ryan Leitner. His artistic inquiry is directed toward the visualization of queerness…
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Thank You

Limited Edition Shop Item

Offered again for only the second time in over two decades. Our limited edition, hand engraved, Midnight “Thank You” card in silver metallic ink on ultra-thick—its more than 1/32″—black 100% cotton museum board. Only five (5) are now available. $32.50 for one card and one envelope. Shipping and handling are included. BUY HERE Originally created…
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Custom Marble Paper

Holiday Gift Certificate

Perfect giving for the holiday season this year. Purchase one for everyone on your gift-giving list this year. From $25, it comes in a lovely, envelope hand-lined with brightly-colored tissue paper. Certificates of $75 and more are presented in our custom, hand made, miniature portfolios. Created exclusively for us with bespoke marble paper. $25 to…
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Skip Ward at Manitou Woods

08/20/20 LETTERS READ: The Letters of Skip Ward

A podcast hosted by Alexandria Museum of Art Alexandria, Louisiana. LISTEN HERE Letters Read is the ongoing series of readings in which local performers interpret personal letters by culturally vital individuals from various times and Louisiana communities. Mrs. Collins is the producer. This is the 15th event. Programming is intended for presentation to live audiences, usually…
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03/26/20 LETTERS READ: The Letters of Stewart Butler

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST HERE The 14th Letters Read and first produced remotely and podcast. Originally scheduled for March 26, 2020 at Frenchman Art & Books on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, this event was preempted by the beginning of the Covid-19 outbreak. Instead, listen to Dylan Hunter reading as the voice of our subject….
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