Performers and Programs

Program Information

Program name: ASIAN CUT PAPER ART
Program category: History
Multicultural- Other
Visual Arts- Folk Arts
Program length: 1.5 hours
Audience level: Family
Audience size: 25-50
Program description: Learn how to create amazing decorations using just scissors and colored paper. Program focuses on Asian styles of cut paper art, and discusses the history of the art form, and as a Asian New Year's tradition. Includes lots of Asian New year facts, traditions from China, Korea, Tibet and Japan. A great multi-cultural program, and perfect for curing the 'winter blahs', as the Asian New Year takes place around the end of January to the middle of February!
Space/special requirements: Tables, chairs, cd player optional.
Travel restrictions:
Program fee: $201- $350
Is this fee negotiable? No
Mileage included? No
If no, cost per mile: $1.50
Notes about the fee: All supplies and tools are included in the fee, for up to 25 participants; additional fee required for extra participants. This rate applies to Rochester region, additional mileage fee if beyond Rochester region.
Other notes:
Regions this program
can be performed in:
Western
Rochester
Central
South Central
Capital District
North Country
Southeastern
Program last updated: 08/28/2014
   
Performer Information (see all of this performer's programs)
Performer name: Mary Beth Dolan
Phone: 585-755-4623
Mailing address: 45 Huntington Parkway
Hamlin, NY 14464
E-mail address: mdolan@rochester.rr.com
Website: http://www.startherestudio.com
   
Previous appearances at: Warsaw Public Library, Macedon public library, Leroy public library , Utica public library, Geneva public library
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Performer information last updated: 07/13/2016

 

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