Paper can be manipulated in many ways to create 3-D structures. We will use, re-use, and recycle various kinds of paper to build 3-D forms that can be functional, sculptural, or both. We'll experiment with methods of attaching paper to itself, including stitching, folding, tabbing and slotting, and other ways that don't necessarily require adhesives. Students will build a few specific (assigned) structures and have time to investigate their own ideas of paper form.
TUITION: $240 + FEES: $35
Thurs | 6:00-9:00PM | 3/8-4/26 | Room: 508 | 8 Weeks
Crystal Cawley makes sculpture, artist's books, and works on and off paper, including hand sewing and embroidery. She has exhibited her work throughout the United States and in England. Her work is in many public collections around the US and she was the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant in 2005, as well as grants from the Maine Arts Commission in 2004 and 2010.