CLCA & Makers Lab Present: Papel Picado

May 4, 2018
11:30am to 1:00pm
Parnassus Library, Makers Lab, Main Floor


Papel picado ("perforated paper", literally "pecked paper") is a traditional folk art from Mexico that involves cutting out intricate patterns on colorful tissue paper. The tissue paper is then glued to a string in a line to form banners which are used as decorations for important festivities throughout the year.

Come and learn about this art form and create your own expression of Mexican Folk art!

No experience necessary, all materials will be provided. Registration required due to capacity limits.

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