Tech’s Tactile Thursdays Coloring Sheets Drop In

Coloring Sheets
Instructor: Museum Staff

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Want to enjoy some relaxing creative time during finals? Then drop by the Price Gilbert library AIRspace (room #2222) and enjoy some coloring sheets and de-stress. 

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Tech’s Tactile Thursdays Origami Lanterns

Lotus Blossom Lantern
Instructor: Museum Staff

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Light-up your space with your own handmade tea-light lanterns. Participants will have the opportunity to make two origami lanterns: the lotus blossom and star lantern. Learn how to fold translucent decorative paper into beautiful creations and then add tea lights to make them shine! 

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Tech’s Tactile Thursdays Accordion Book

accordion book
Instructor: Museum Staff

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Explore the art of hand-made accordion books! Journals, sketchbooks, to-do lists, or keepers of dreams—discover one of the forms that these special books can take. Participants will learn simple book making techniques and create their own accordion-fold book.

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Tech’s Tactile Thursdays Flip Book

Flip Book Example
Instructor: Museum Staff

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Learn how to make your drawing come to life with this Flip book workshop! Participants will explore this simple and fun form of animation, using basic drawing skills and bookbinding techniques to make their own flipbook.  While the field of animation is far more complex than a simple flipbook, this art form showcases techniques used across the animation field. Sign up today for some flip book fun! 

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Virtual Tech’s Tactile Thursdays Origami Crane

origami crane
Instructor: Museum Staff

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The art of Japanese paper folding, origami, can turn a simple sheet of paper into a stunning creation. Join us for this workshop where we will be making origami cranes! Participants will have the opportunity to make several cranes, to keep and/or add to a chain of cranes for community display. All skill levels welcome. This program has been moved to being hosted online. 

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Tech’s Tactile Thursdays Quilled Ornament

Quilled Ornaments
Instructor: Museum Staff

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Description:  Quilling is a historic paper craft in which strips of paper are twirled, spun, and combined to create beautiful, dimensional works. Learn how to quill with simple materials to create a beautiful one-of-a-kind handmade ornament  

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Tech’s Tactile Thursdays Woven Box

Woven Box
Instructor: Museum Staff

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Description: Play with color and pattern! Learn how to turn simple strips of paper into a 3-dimenaional woven box, using only strips of paper and glue.     

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Tech’s Tactile Thursdays Papel Picado

Papel Picado
Instructor: Museum Staff

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Description: Come clip, snip, and cut your way through a hands-on workshop focused on paper cutting. Discover how to create your own delicate designs using two simple materials: paper and a blade! In this workshop, we will explore the historic Mexican paper cutting traditions, used in celebrations for Day of the Dead, Dia de Muertos. These “Papel Picado,” or punched papers often feature patterns of skull and are placed around altars. All skill levels welcome. 

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Tech's Tactile Thursdays Origami Animals

Origami Animals
Instructor: Museum Staff

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The art of Japanese paper folding, origami, can turn a simple sheet of paper into a stunning creation. Georgia Tech students and employees are welcome to join us for this workshop where we will be making origami animals! All skill levels welcome and materials provided.

Located on the Georgia Tech campus in the Price Gilbert Library on the second floor in the AirSpace room #2222

This workshops is a collaboration between the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking and the Georgia Tech Library. 

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