A brief history of cut paper art, traditional patterns for cut paper, contemporary artists working with cut paper and how to transform your sketches and designs into cut paper artwork.
What you will achieve
By the end of the course you will be able to recognise artists using cut paper techniques, show that you can create cut paper artwork based on traditional designs using the methods demonstrated, plan a piece of artwork based on your own design, assess your progress with the activities at an introductory or intermediate level.
Other Northbrook College ACL art courses to improve drawing, art and design skills.
Scissors, small craft knife (scalpel), cutting mat (at least A4 size), A3 or A2 cartridge paper, coloured and white papers (for example, A4 printer paper), tracing paper, a few pieces of patterned paper (optional), glue stick, old newspaper, sketchbook or photos for research material (subject matter decorative), packed lunch.
How to Enrol
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Maggie has an MA in Fine Art, a BA Honours degree in Painting and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education. She has won awards in local and national art exhibitions. Maggie works as both artist and designer in a wide variety of media.