Calendar of Events

November General Members Meeting: Paper Engineering mini-Workshop with Earl Snellenberger

Date: November 19

Time: 10am -2:30pm (Longer than usual to give Earl plenty of time to demonstrate.)


Location: Sullivan Munce (click here for location)

Earl Snellenberger from Lafayette will be presenting a Paper Engineering Mini-Workshop.  He will be bringing pop-up books from antique to contemporary for an introduction to the history of paper engineering, along with examples of works created by his students in the two Paper Engineering courses he teaches at Herron School of Art and Design.


REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE WAITLIST

  • Participants will need to bring the following supplies:

  • Self-healing cutting mat

  • X-Acto knife with new #11 blade/s

  • Metal edged ruler – 12 to 18 inches

  • Jar of rubber cement

  • Rubber cement pick up square

  •  Sharp Number 2 pencil

  •  Roll of matt transparent tape

  • Roll of masking tape

  • Any calligraphy pens, markers, etc. in case anyone would want to add some lettering to their constructions.

Holiday Brunch and White Elephant Exchange

Date: December 3, 2022

Time: 10am - 1pm

Location: Laura Villanyi's house


Laura Villanyi has graciously opened her beautiful home on Geist Reservoir for our holiday party. Laura will provide all food and drinks!! Dress festive and bring a white elephant gift to play in the White Elephant exchange game. If you bring a friend, have them bring something too for the game. Suggestions include but are not limited to . . . Unwanted art supplies, or books (any medium), something you made or something interesting or weird from your attic that needs a new home. If you decide to purchase a treasure instead, please keep the cost under $10.

New Years Card Exchange

We are going to do a Card Exchange in time for our January ) meeting at the SullivanMunce building in Zionsville, which will be on January 15, 2022. This means that we don't have to stress about getting it done for Christmas, although you can definitely make it a Christmas card if you want!


We had a great response to this last year and a fun time showing cards in January.


Guidelines:

*Put your name in either the comments on this FORM, or message me. I will pair everyone up.

*Make or embellish a card.

*Mail it to your person in time for January 16th meeting.

*Recommend mailing it by January 8 at the latest.

*Show your card that you received at the meeting, if you want to.