For kids! And also for adults! Let's learn a collage technique and widen your range of expression! Funny Face Collage with Leaflets and Waste Materials♫
＼Let's participate in the Cafetalk exhibition!／You can also receive Tutor Sachi's explanatory materials on Art to expand your ideas!
- 2021年2月6日(周六) 17点00分 (日本时间)
- 500 点
- Sachi Ikeda
In the third seminar of "Art of Creation," the series which introduces simple art techniques with familiar tools, we will learn " Waste Material Collage× Funny Face"!
The collage technique uses different materials to past together. The more you make, the more profound it becomes!
This time, we'll introduce the exciting world of collage by showing you lots of examples♫
The process of tearing and pasting is like an instant puzzle game.
The eyebrows of a spoon, the long nose of a zucchini, and the mouth of a piano that looks like it is a good talker.
By arranging waste materials such as leaflets, you can create unique faces that cannot be expressed with pictures!
Collage is not only an art technique, but is also a method used in psychotherapy. It is recommended for little children to train their hands and for adults to relax♪
We are also looking forward to you participating in our online showcase, "Cafetalk Exhibition" by sending your artwork to us!
●Age: Children who can tear and paste tape by themselves, adults.
●Materials: Paper such as leaflets or junk magazines, scissors, glue, drawing paper, sign pen
After the seminar, a recording with art explanation materials will be available for sale.
I am Sachi, an art tutor for kids. I have been involved in various projects related to children's education since I started Cafetalk with the belief of "Art that accompanies children's growth".
In the live seminar, I will introduce some of the art techniques that I have found interesting among the projects!
At first glance, art techniques may seem difficult to understand, but there are actually many that are very familiar!
Through the seminar, I hope you will enjoy the "Art of Creation" as a way for children to encounter new arts and for adults to rediscover the arts around them!