Identity, Form And Collage

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)

Sessions



Presenters

Daylen Luchsinger

Daylen Luchsinger is an Educator for Artists for Kids and for SD44 North Vancouver.

Tiko Kerr

Tiko Kerr is an Artist.

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