1. Brief Bio with description of yourself and your artwork, and your experience papercutting
2. What Skill Level is the workshop targeted for?
· Introductory: A workshop for all ages and skill levels. With basic templates provided. All students will complete the same project
· Basic Skill Building: – For those with some experience with papercutting. Skills will be expanded upon, new skills/techniques introduced will be easily managed . Templates maybe used. Finished products will replicate the instructor’s model.,
· Intermediate: For those confident with their papercutting skills. New skills will be introduced, even if they are not fully mastered during the class. Templates or prep material may be required a week in advance.,
· Advanced: For those very confident in their craft with a high level of skill in intricate design. Prep work may be required prior to the class, allowing the instructor to focus on specific skills or applications. The instructor will teach at a fairly brisk pace and students will work independently with light guidance and feedback,
· Professional Development: For paper cutters who would like to learn a new application for their craft. Learning to translate a photo into a vector file for use in lasercutting, a tutorial in a new medium like rock paper, or a new application such as stop motion animation are some examples. Skill levels in papercutting may vary, as the focus will be on the new application.
3. What methods and techniques will participants learn in the workshop?
4. Is there a specific project that participants will be working on in the workshop?
5. Any preparation prior to workshop needed for participants to get the most of the limited time?
6. Templates to be cut out in advance, list of materials needed, etc.