Paper Filigree Workshop with Antonella Tiozzo
Create delicate and intricate works of paper art using minimal supplies. This meditative art form was practiced during the Renaissance by Italian and French nuns and monks, and the tradition continues today.
- paper (colorful paper is nice, but any kind will do!)
- pins or needles
- pencil or pen
- a small piece of cardboard covered with plastic wrap to build the piece on
- a chopstick, knitting needle, or stick to roll the paper.
This workshop is in conjunction with QUARANTINE, an online exhibition, TCC McKeon Center for Creativity Anyone can create their own Quarantine-themed artwork through three workshops offered via Zoom. Workshops in self-portraiture, motion photography, and paper art will be offered by exhibition artists. The workshops are free and the supplies required are minimal, but pre-registration is required.