Explore the freedom and creativity of Mixed Media techniques in this fun and innovative workshop. Whether you’re new to mixed media or looking for ways to enhance your artwork, this is a multifaceted (yet very accessible) introduction to some of the techniques used in this type of artmaking.
Experience the joy of creating three-dimensional shapes out of flat paper. Students will be exposed to various folding and joining techniques leading to a three-dimensional form. In this very hands-on workshop, students will learn about geometry, form and surface development all while having fun with paper.
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What Students will Learn
Fundamentals of paper folding - mountain and valley folds, linear and radial division
Curved 3D form
Joining and combining previously taught techniques
Pleating to generate shapes with a twist
Cutting and folding paper
About the Instructor
Joginder Singh, trained in Architecture, specializes in architectural photography. Having honed his eye for detail allows him to create exacting compositions capturing the essence of space. With several commissioned publications to his credit, he takes out time to create fine art photographic works. A very hands-on person, he has been teaching material exploration to architecture and design students. He encourages the process in a rather informal and playful manner leading to an enhanced understanding of the material being explored. Joginder is a keen paper folder. For more information visit: www.jogisingh.com