Tiko Kerr's paper cut collage work provides an excellent launch pad for educators to design projects that involve a great deal of intricacy. Students so often experience collage as searching and acquiring images that exemplify a subject. In this process students and educators are challenged to create and look at imagery in other ways; to play with it, flip it around, and use a stencil to isolate imagery, so the image gains complexity and layered meaning. This workshop will consist of a presentation of art work and then a hands-on component where participants will create their own paper cut collage that explores identity and form.
Target Audience Applicable to all (e.g. K-12)
Language of Instruction English
Sponsoring PSA BC Art Teachers' Association (BCATA)
Daylen Luchsinger is an Educator for Artists for Kids and for SD44 North Vancouver.