Papercut Jewelry
Instructor Béatrice Coron

Virtual Workshop
Monday April 19, 2021
10 AM to Noon Eastern Daylight Time
From wherever you are

No diamonds needed: instead, we'll make papercut jewelry and other unique adornments using papercutting. While making serious and silly unforgettable pieces, you will learn techniques of cutting, stenciling, and model making. From charms to pendants to brooches, creativity will flow in this fun and fast paced workshop. Bring your ideas and wishes to life in wearable artworks for all. Methods to translate papercut jewelry in other materials will be discussed. Tips, tricks, and resources will be provided. All levels.

Registration

Advance registration is required for all JCBA workshops. For more details or to register, email JCBA Director John Cutrone at (jcutrone@fau.edu). John will send you an email explaining how to pay your tuition online. It's a simple process.

JCBA’s SELF DETERMINED TUITION CONCEPT

Our suggested tuition rate for this course is $50, but your tuition is Self Determined. Our goal is to make this workshop experience accessible. If your personal financial situation is difficult right now, pay what you can. If you can afford to pay more, we deeply appreciate that. Use our suggested tuition of $50 as your guide and go from there.

WHAT YOU'LL NEED

Tablet or computer with internet connection • cutting mat • utility knife and blades (like Xacto with blade 11) • scissors • thread • needles • glue • tape • stapler • safety pins • any of the following you can find: Tyvek (including envelopes from USPS, UPS, or FedEx), rolls of craft papers, cardstock, recycled materials, cereal boxes, magazines, wallpaper • any materials you have on hand that may look interesting (plastics, fibers, rubber, carpets) • any art supplies you already have and think may be useful.

Instructor

Béatrice Coron is a studio artist who creates papercuts, artists' books, digital animations, and public art. Latest installations are as diverse as a subway station of glass and metal in Cleveland and a 50’ wall installation at the New York Historical Society. www.beatricecoron.com