Collage: A Night of Cut and Paste

Collage: A Night of Cut and Paste

About This Class

What You Will Learn

  • Learn the practical and technical skills to make collages
  • Learn about specific types of collage, using colour, texture, form and image placement
  • Tips for sourcing materials

What You Get

  • Materials to make collages - books, magazines, paper, scissors and glue.
  • Young Henrys will supply beers
  • You'll leave with all your new and awesome collages

Description

Welcome to A Night of Cut and Paste- an introduction into making analog collages, run by the Sydney Collage Society. The three hour evening workshop will provide you with the practical skills and techniques used to make analog collages.

Students will learn about specific types of collage, using colour, texture, form and image placement. We'll give you tips to look out for when sourcing materials and glueing work will also be discussed. By the end of the class, students will have completed various collages in different styles.

You'll have 3 hours to run wild, be wickedly creative, and make as many badass collages as your heart desires. 

The legends from Young Henrys will supply the frothies to get them creative juices flowing.

About SCS:

The Sydney Collage Society is a creative pool of cut and paste artists based in Sydney. Founded in 2015, by Kubi Vasak (Kubism_) and Leah Early (LA Early), the SCS is here to push the boundaries of cut-and-paste with a focus on celebrating the collage community of Sydney and abroad.

With numerous shows under their belts, including a collaboration with the Art Gallery of NSW in 2016, the SCS is here to represent and share their love of collage!

See yourself here?
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I
Jun 2017
Collage: A Night of Cut and Paste - 09 Jun 2017 6:30 PM

Love the freedom to create, but with a structure so I didn't feel overwhelmed with too much choice. I came out with 3 or 4 works that I'm proud of.

C
Jun 2017
Collage: A Night of Cut and Paste - 09 Jun 2017 6:30 PM

Great way to spend a friday night/ mixed group of curious creative types (and one douchebag attendee that was mansplaining the entire night - bluck ><). Hosts were charming and gracious. More please!