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Advanced Papercutting Workshop

Learn the art of designing your own papercut art from Annie Howe, papercut artist! You can view more of her work at
Tickets are available at the eventbrite link above! Register early this will be a very small class to ensure all students get plenty of one-on-one instruction.

From Annie:

"In this workshop I will teach you the main concepts of paper cutting. You will get a solid foundation and understanding of how to design your own papercut. Then you will have plenty of time to create your own design and tranlsate it into your very own papercut! I will be there to guide you on any technical questions and design ideas you may have throughout the entire workshop. You will leave with the understanding of how to make a papercut and also your own finished or almost finished ( depending on how complex you make it ) original papercut.

I will also cover the ways that Papercut artwork can easily translate to other uses from silkscreening to wedding invitations.
We will also have a chance to communicate ahead of time to get you started thinking about your design ideas!

Materials Provided: 
Cutting knife and self healing cutting mat, paper, resource list
If you have preferred cutting tools please feel free to bring those as well. Workshop fee includes your own self healing cutting mat and exacto knife to take home!

Coffee and snacks will be provided- A lunch break will be given- please pack your lunch or enjoy one of the restaurants close by the studio!

Who is this workshop for? : Anyone excited about drawing/designing your own papercuts, some experience with an exacto knife is suggested. Anyone with papercutting experience. Anyone with drawing or design background. Anyone with ideas they want to translate into papercuts!
If you are not sure if this workshop is for you please feel free to email me with any questions!
I look forward to meeting you and helping you bring your ideas to life!



email with any questions.

Earlier Event: April 9
Prints&Things Pop-Up Shop
Later Event: May 14
Paper Marbling and Book Binding