visiting artist series
Visual Ecology with Douglas Pierre Baulos and Pinky Bass: Kirigami Native Moths of Alabama
Join artists Douglas Pierre Baulos (Alabama Reckoner) and Pinky Bass for this engaging visual ecology workshop June 9th, 2018 from 10am to 3pm! Kirigami — from the Japanese “kiru,” which means “to cut,” and “kami,” which means paper — is a variation of origami that includes cutting paper rather than solely folding the paper as in origami. Participants will experiment with drawing, folding, and sashiko sewing to create a wonderful, re-imagined sculptural object out of paper using moths as a theme.
Ages 12+ (Students under the age of 15 should be accompanied by a guardian.)
BYOL (Bring your own lunch!)
FREE. Donations towards program materials costs welcome!
Alabama Reckoner has been made possible by the Alabama State Council on the Arts in celebration of the bicentennial of Alabama’s statehood and by The Daniel Foundation of Alabama.
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