UPDATE: My visit to Dennos Museum was a wonderful winterland experience. I want to thank museum director, Gene Jenneman, Jason Dake, graphic designer Erin Deloney, and the entire staff at the museum for their enthusiastic welcome and assistance. Most of all I would like to thank Linda Ross of Linda Ross Contemporary/Art + Projects for curating the show and extending such a friendly and welcome invitation to join her at the opening. The museum will be posting a recording of my presentation soon, so check back for a link to that. Hello also to Matt Shlian, ingenious paper sculptor and mathematical wizard, who I finally was pleased to meet when he and his family attended the opening. Those of you who don’t know Matt’s incredible work, should check him out. Mind-boggling. The exhibition of pop-up art runs through April 6, 2014.
If you are in the area January 18, please join me as I present workshops and a presentation on the art and process of pop-ups at the Dennos Museum, Traverse City, MI in conjunction with their exhibition on pop-ups, Making Paper Dance. For more information, visit the Dennos Museum website. I will be conducting a workshop for children that morning. Register soon as there are limited spots available. Click HERE. Additionally, I will be conducting a workshop for families and adults that afternoon. Again, register soon for the limited spots. And then, join me for the presentation that evening at 8pm, preceded by a reception at 7pm, as well as a presentation at 6pm by quilt artist, Gwen Marston.