This class will explore various methods for using paper to create pop up effects and moving mechanisms for storytelling.
March 10-24, 2021 (If you register for just the on demand classes, it is entirely asynchronous)
Videos will be available beginning Monday, March 8, 2021
Optional Zoom Dates (limited spots available – must register):
- Wed. 3/10/21, 7-8pm MST – First Zoom meeting
- Wed. 3/17/21, 7-8pm MDT (note that Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 13th) – Zoom check-in
- Wed. 3/25/21, 7-8pm MDT – Final Zoom meeting
- Glues – stick glue, white glue
- Tapes – scotch tape, masking tape
- Drawing and Coloring Tools
About the Teaching Artist
Norah Solorzano is a multimedia artist with a passion for animation, puppetry, installation, automata, and story telling. Her animations have shown at venues that include SXSW, the London International Animation Festival, PBS Miami’s Art Loft, and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. She has previously taught media arts at institutions such as LUCAD, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and CUNY, and has taught with Harwood for the past four years. She received a BA from Harvard and a Masters from Tisch-NYU
Pay What You Can?
In the past, we’ve offered Art School as tuition-based programming ranging from $30-$260 depending on the class and were able to use this funding in part to support our free community-based programming. We’re fortunate this year to have grant funding from New Mexico Arts and the City of Albuquerque to support paying our teaching artists to develop classes for our Art School program so we have opted to offer our classes to you following a pay-what-you-can. Attendees have been contributing between $5 and $150 for our classes. Anything that you are able to contribute is greatly appreciated and will be used to support Harwood’s programming which is all currently being offered to the community either for free or pay-what-you-can.