CCACMakes: 3D Paper Collage & Cards
Winter 2020 Session has been cancelled.
Wednesdays 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
In this new CCACMakes class, students will learn how to transform ordinary paper into extravagant 3D collages and cards for loved ones. Emphasizing recycling and re-purposing, this course will teach students how to find and make new meaning from “old” paper. At the end of this four-week course, students will have several collages and cards to take home. Course fee includes all supplies.
- Session: 4 weeks (January 8 – 29, 2020) The Winter 2020 Session has been cancelled.
- Cost: $60/session
- Class Size: Minimum of 6 students required to run class.
- Class Location: CCAC @ Short Vine (2728 Short Vine Street)
- How to Register: Send an email to email@example.com with “CCACMakes: 3D Paper Collage & Cards” in the subject line. Registration will be confirmed via email. CCAC Staff will contact you to process tuition payment.
About the Instructor: Debbie Brod
Debbie, a long-time Clifton resident, has taught art to children, teenagers, and adults at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, and many other schools and colleges, including The School For Creative and Performing Arts, for more than twenty-five years. She’s led art-making workshops at the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Taft Museum of Art, the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, the Civic Garden Center, the Public Libraries of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, the Kennedy Heights Arts Center, and many other community arts centers. She’s been a teaching artist with the Ohio Arts Council’s Arts Learning Program since 1994, traveling throughout Ohio and neighboring states to do intensive community-based art projects with people of all ages.
Deb has an M.F.A. in painting from the University of Cincinnati and a B.A. from Oberlin College, the Sorbonne (Paris, France) and the University of Cincinnati in French and Fine Art.
Her multi-media artwork has been exhibited regionally and nationally, including at the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center’s UnMuseum, the Weston Art Gallery, and the Taft Museum of Art. With a background in painting and drawing, her artwork incorporates many media and approaches, including textiles, digital imagery, and installation.
She lived in France and England, and has traveled in Europe, Israel, Russia, Mexico, Canada, Dominica, Sri Lanka, and India.
Learn more about Debbie and her work on her website: www.debrodska.com