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Kids Art Workshop: Floating Painted Cardboard Cut-Outs, with Big Nazo

October 29 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am EDT

Free
"Floating Painted Cardboard Cut-Outs" a Kids Art Workshop with Big Nazo Easton Farmers Market

"Floating Painted Cardboard Cut-Outs" a Kids Art Workshop with Big Nazo Easton Farmers MarketBIG NAZO is an international performance group of visual artists, puppet performers, and masked musicians. During BIG NAZO’s “Floating Painted Cardboard” Workshop, images are created through a collaborative drawing process that involves every participant responding to the evolving drawing instead of being concerned with a pre-conceived finished product. Once the “composite personas” are completed, they are cut out of the cardboard sheet and “freed” to move around the room and occupy space, creating contextual juxtapositions and abstract narratives in response to poetic literature.

 

 

 

BIG NAZO is an international performance group of visual artists, puppet performers, and masked musicians who unite to create bizarre and hilarious larger-than-life-sized characters, environments, and spectacles.Big Nazo Easton Book Festival October 2022

 

 

 

 

BIG NAZO is an international performance group of visual artists, puppet performers, and masked musicians who unite to create bizarre and hilarious larger-than-life sized characters, environments, and spectacles. BIG NAZO “Floating Painted Cardboard” Workshop. The images are created through a collaborative drawing process which involves every participant responding to the evolving drawing instead of being concerned with a pre-conceived finished product. Once the “composite personas” are completed, they are cut out of the cardboard sheet and “freed” to move around and occupy space, creating contextual juxtapositions and abstract narratives in response to poetic literature.BIG NAZO “Floating Painted Cardboard” Workshop. The images are created through a collaborative drawing process which involves every participant responding to the evolving drawing instead of being concerned with a pre-conceived finished product. Once the “composite personas” are completed, they are cut out of the cardboard sheet and “freed” to move around and occupy space, creating contextual juxtapositions and abstract narratives in response to poetic literature. 

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