Over the past 5 years The Paper Doll Collective has met quarterly to design paper dolls based on the various themes they’ve selected from Famous Women to Self Portraits as you’ve seen here in the showing of their work. They’ve had (and continue to have) a great deal of fun making these artsy paper dolls and sharing them with one another.
This month, these artists invite you to share in the fun of creating paper dolls. All tools and supplies (including some things to add a little bling!) will be provided as well as some basic instruction and expert guidance. For a bit of inspiration, stop by the Stier Family Gallery after April first to see the exhibit of themed paper dolls that members of the group have made over the past five years. This workshop is primarily for adults, but older focused and motivated children and teens are welcome to attend as well!
Participants may choose to have works created during this workshop become part of our Community Art Box exhibits in the summer or fall.
Please register by filling out the form below.
At the request of the presenters, please wear a mask at this workshop. Thanks!