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12:30 to 3:30 P.M. | Papercutting with Artist Hiromi MoneyhunLearn More >
Sea Debris (creating Japanese traditional pattern inspired papercut from plastic debris in the sea.)
Using a template and the correct cutting tools, a papercut artist transforms a single piece of paper into a two or three-dimensional artwork. Ancient in its origin, papercutting holds strong in a contemporary setting. Many types of papercutting exist with the more common being tessellation, tiling, pattern cutting, silhouette cutting, and freeform.