This winter, find a moment to share the warmth of appreciation with a colleague or loved one with a note of gratitude featuring a handmade paper quilled card. Paper quilling dates back centuries and has been used for sculptures, rituals, adornments, and fine art.
All registrants will receive a slotted tool, strips of acid-free paper, a few pieces of cardstock, and a shapes guide to try out your own design. This program is made possible by Yale WorkLife and Being Well at Yale.
The instructor for this session is Annie Lin. Annie Lin (she/her/她) loves to be around artmaking and artmakers. She is the daughter of immigrants from Taiwan and a transplant to New Haven from Morro Bay, California. Annie’s work explores the intersection of creativity and community through her roles throughout New Haven, including on the boards of the International Festival of Arts & Ideas and the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. She was previously the director of arts programs at Yale-China. Annie currently supports dean’s office initiatives as the project specialist at the Yale School of Art.
A Yale ID is required to enter the building.
Seats are limited. TMS registration required.