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Workshop: Exploring Pop-Up Cards - Sold Out!

Date
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Time
01:00 PM–04:00 PM

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Workshop: Exploring Pop-Up Cards - Sold Out!

This workshop is Sold Out. If you would like to be put on a wait list please call 410-547-9000 ext 238 or email at adultprograms@thewalters.org. Also if you are interested in taking a workshop class we are offering two more in the Winter and Spring of 2011- Paste Papers and Make a Reliquary Box.

Learn to make a simple pop-up card and understand the mechanics of folded paper in this class with Elissa O'Loughlin, Senior Paper Conservator at the Walters Art Museum. Pre-registration is required.

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