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I Love Pop-Ups: Family Valentine Workshop (SOLD OUT)

February 13, 2016 @ 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

THIS WORKSHOP IS SOLD OUT.

 

A perfect outing for kids and parents, or kids and grandparents!

Join us for a hands-on session of making valentines that pop! We will sample an assortment of easy pop-up techniques to create cute valentines for friends and family. Emily Martin of The Naughty Dog Press and the University of Iowa Center for the book will teach the workshop.

Ages 6 and up. Materials are included, plus admission to the new family-friendly Pop-Ups From Prague exhibit. Seating is limited – purchase tickets by February 11.

Cost:
Adult Members – $7.00, Member Kids – $4.00
Adult General Public – $8.00, General Public Kids – $5.00

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We are unable to offer refunds for event tickets at the NCSML. Thank you for your understanding

 

PS – If you’re looking for a pop-ups class for adults and teens, check out the Make It Pop! Workshop on January 30! Seating is limited.

 

emily martin naughty dog pressAbout the Instructor:
Emily Martin earned a MFA degree in painting, from the University of Iowa in 1979, having previously earned a BFA and MA in drawing and painting, respectively. She started the Naughty Dog Press in 1996 to produce her own limited editions of primarily sculptural and movable artist’s books. Martin joined the University of Iowa Center for the Book in 1998, to teach a variety of classes exploring artists’ books, including Movable & Sculptural Books, Paper Engineering & Pop Up Books and Artists Books. During her career she has produced over 35 limited edition artist’s books using a variety of production techniques including letterpress printing, intaglio printing, silkscreen printing, inkjet printing and photocopies. Martin’s books are included in public and private collections throughout the United States and internationally. See the collections page for the full list. Martin is very interested in the intersection of the book as an art form with the traditional craft of bookbinding.

Details

Date:
February 13, 2016
Time:
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Event Category:

Organizer

National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library
Phone:
319-362-8500

Venue

National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library
1400 Inspiration Pl SW
Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 United States
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Phone:
319-362-8500 x 218
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