Sunday Craft & Chill: Paper cutting

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Sunday Craft & Chill: Paper cutting

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Join us for another Sunday Craft & Chill session. These sessions are all about getting creative, learning some new skills and having a relaxed Sunday (cr)afternoon.

Classes will run for 60-90 minutes on Zoom, and then the room will be left open for you to chat, work on your own craft projects and just hang out.

Spaces are limited - register via the Eventbrite link which will be released on the Monday ahead of class.

- Kirigami Paper Cutting -

Traditional Asian Arts Society are here to teach you some of the secrets of traditional paper cutting.

This mindful activity is a perfect break from studies, and open to all skill levels.

Kirigami or Papercutting, the fabulous art of paper designs, is a beloved folk art that has evolved all over the world. All you need is some paper, sharp scissors or an craft knife, and an enthusiasm to learn!

Join the Traditional Asian Arts Society in getting crafty and making your very own papercutting artwork!

Hang around after the class to work on your own craft projects, draw a little more or just have a chill chat with other crafty LTU folk.

Spaces are limited - register via the Eventbrite link which will be released on the Monday ahead of class.

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This activity is brought to you collaboratively by City Campus, La Trobe Student Union, Mildura Students' Association and Shepparton Students' Association. We're working together to bring you awesome events, no matter where you're based.

Check out more events at LTSU Events & Activities - latrobesu.org.au/events2020

-- We acknowledge that this event and our participants are located on the stolen lands of many traditional custodians across Australia. We respect and honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise their ongoing connection to the land and that sovereignty has never been ceded. Always was, Always will be Aboriginal land --

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