In this family friendly workshop, participants watch a hammer and chisel demonstration by the exhibiting artist Kathleen Trenchard and then make their own cut paper projects in the Mexican tradition perfect for Day of the Dead decorations. Ages 7 and up.
Follies: Kathleen Trenchard
A graduate of Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York with an MFA in printmaking and painting, Kathleen Trenchard maintains a studio near downtown San Antonio where she works in the Mexican tradition of papel picado, or punched paper. Her work explores contemporary designs, applications, and materials.
Sponsored by 108 Contemporary and the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA).
This workshop is free and open to the public.
|Venue||Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA)|
|Address||101 East Archer Street Tulsa, OK 74103|
|Starts||Saturday, October 3 from 1-2 PM|