Beyond the Studio Virtual Workshop: Papercutting with Annie Howe
Venture beyond the studio with the Smithsonian American Art Museum for this engaging virtual workshop.
Learn basic techniques of papercutting and how to create your very own intricate custom patterns in a hands-on virtual workshop led by celebrated multimedia papercut artist Annie Howe. Howe’s intricate papercuts have been used for a variety of story-telling projects for clients such as Anthropologie, Oxmoor House Publishing, Visit Baltimore, Union Craft Brewery, Hotel Lora, and Hudson Seed Library.
Please note that space is limited for this program and registration is required. Participants must register by 7 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 14.
Materials kit includes:
- 1 cutting mat
- 1 precision knife with 5 blades
- 3 Annie Howe Papercuts templates
- Instruction sheet and resource list
Participants will need to provide their own paper and pencil.
If you are outside of the United States, please contact SAAMPrograms@si.edu before registering.
Image: Annie Howe, Photo by Mckenzie Elizabeth Photography
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- Event Location
Luce Foundation Center
$15 Materials fee | Registration required
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