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Papercutting with Care Series w/ Annie Howe

Fri, May 10th 6:30 pm in the Creativity Center Classroom One

Pay-It-Forward Registration

This price is for the whole series of 2 classes


This price is for the whole series of 2 classes

Solidarity Rate

This price is for the whole series of 2 classes

Join papercut artist Annie Howe for a fun and hands on papercutting workshop series. In this two session workshop you will learn the basics about papercutting and how to create your very own custom papercuts. Annie will teach you the main concepts of papercutting and get you started on your own design. Annie 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 and the know how to continue papercutting at home!

Who is this class for?

Anyone excited about drawing/designing your own papercuts! Some experience with an exacto knife is suggested. Anyone with papercutting experience. Anyone with a drawing or design background. Anyone with ideas they want to translate into papercuts! You do not have to have prior papercutting experience.

Where: Creativity Center, 3137 Eastern Ave. Baltimore, MD 21224
When: FRIDAYS | MAY 10 & 17 | 6:30-8:30PM
Age Range: Adults and ages 16+ with accompanying adult
Cost: Sliding Scale rates: Pay-it-Forward $180, Full rate $150, Solidarity rate $65
Materials: All materials provided!

Instructor Bio
Annie Howe is the owner and artist behind Annie Howe Papercuts located in Baltimore, Maryland. After graduating from the Maryland Institute College of Art with a BFA in Fiber, she worked in community arts for many years, creating and contributing to the Baltimore art community with large-scale puppetry and shadow puppets. As her love for storytelling grew through this large medium, she found her focus as an artist shifting from large 3D objects to that of the smaller more intimate medium of paper. She founded Annie Howe Papercuts in 2010, creating handmade papercuts for businesses, publications and private collections. Her illustrations are easily recognized in many branding and publishing initiatives.

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