This class will take place on:
- Thurs, Aug 5th 1:00–3:00pm ET
This is the third part of an afternoon series of standalone classes to be held virtually throughout the summer.
Each class will begin with instruction of how to create something artist Paula Krieg has been enchanted by. Students will make their own version of what was taught. In this session, students will make an ingenious structure that inputs one image and, with the pull of a tab, outputs a different image. A peek-a-boo surprise, caterpillar to butterfly, or the stages of a journey are ways to think about developing this dynamic contrivance.
6 sheets cover weight paper, 4.5″ x 11′ either white, colors, or a mix.
Glue (glue stick or PVA)
Embellishment tools, such as markers, colored paper scrap, thread
About the Instructor
Paula Krieg has spent thirty years collaborating with teachers to create projects for the classroom. In 2019-2020, she exhibited math/artwork in the Bridges Math/Art exhibition. Paula has taught workshops at the Center for Book Arts, Museum of Mathematics, Cooper Hewitt Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Dieu Donne. She has presented at various conferences, including MOVES 2019: Math Unfolded: The Mathematical Art of Origami. Paula coauthored Scholastic’s 25 Totally Terrific Social Studies Activities alongside Jean Mumper and Kathy Pike. Her work has been featured in Helen Hiebert’s book, Paper Illuminated, Lark Books’s Making Books and Journals, and Diane Mauer-Mathison’s The Art and Craft of Handmade Cards.
All images courtesy of the instructor.
In order to best serve our community near and far, many of our online classes are pay-what-you-can. While each class has a suggested price, we wish to make our educational programming as economically accessible as possible as well as to make sure our students feel fulfilled in their creative processes outside of the studio. The amount you choose to pay goes directly toward our instructors and toward creating scholarship opportunities for the future.