Paper Cutting Workshop
March 12 @ 6:00 pm - April 2 @ 8:00 pm$160.00
We’re turning the Museum into an art studio for this special four-evening workshop! Deborah Ugoretz, whose work is currently on exhibition at the Museum, will lead this four-session exploration of the art form she has mastered: papercutting. Participants will learn the origins and history of this centuries-old art form, and will learn the techniques needed to produce a work of their own. The act of creating is energizing and confidence building. Papercut art is a time-honored form that allows rituals to become more meaningful and heartfelt. By the end of this interactive class, participants will have made their own cut-paper masterpieces.
Class meets on Tuesdays – March 12, March 19, March 26, and April 2.
$160 for four evening sessions. Recommended for ages 15 and older. Price includes penknife and all other needed art materials.
Deborah Ugoretz has been working in cut paper since 1978. Her work has been exhibited at the Milwaukee Jewish Museum; Hebrew Union College Institute of Religion Museum, New York; Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art; The Museum of Biblical Art, New York; and others. She has developed workshops and taught classes where students or all ages and skill levels have learned and practiced Jewish papercutting. She lives and works in Brooklyn.