Tuesdays, December 11 & 18, 6:30-8:30pm

Light Box Workshop

Papercutting is an ancient art, practiced throughout the world, but its popularity has just begun to grow in the United States. In this two-session workshop, you will learn the basics of knife cutting from accomplished papercutter and visual artist Melanie Kehoss. Students will then apply that skill to creating a small table-top light box. Most materials will be provided; students only need to bring a pen, (Xacto) knife, self-healing mat, and ruler.

Tuition

$80.00

Days

Tuesdays, December 11 & 18, 6:30-8:30pm

Instructor

Melanie Kehoss

Advance registration is required.

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