FROM KOLAJ LIVE ONLINE
A cat-themed Cut Out Page by Christopher Kurts
The Cut Out Page is a selection of fragments that one can use to make a collage. The feature shows us how artists selected and organized the fragments. Kolaj Magazine invites artists to use the Cut Out Page to make a collage and are not opposed to receiving images of the collage via email.
It’s Purrrfect comes from Kolaj Institute Coordinator and Cat and Paste Club Member Christopher Kurts. It originally appeared in the Kolaj LIVE Online Program Book and was made in honor of the “Cat and Paste Workshop: Cats, Art History, & Collage” on Caturday, September 12, 2020.
About the Cut Out Page
The Cut Out Page is a selection of fragments that one can use to make a collage. The feature shows us how artists selected and organized the fragments.
To submit your Cut Out Page for consideration, visit our call to artists HERE.
KOLAJ LIVE ONLINE
Cat and Paste Workshop: Cats, Art History, & Collage
Caturday, September 12, 2020
5PM-EST / 2PM-PST
In this workshop, Dafna Steinberg will present a brief lesson on the connection between art history and cats. The workshop will explore famous cat paintings, videos, memes and finally show examples of contemporary cat collages from members of Cat and Paste Club, a collective of artists who each month respond to a single image prompt of a cat. Participants will be invited to use their own cat images (including the Cut Out Page provided prior to the session) to make their own collages. Cats welcome. MORE INFO & REGISTER
About Kolaj LIVE Online
Kolaj LIVE Online is a series of virtual programs in the form of forums, panels, workshops, artist talks, studio visits, and other activities that allow people to come together, learn and talk about collage, and connect in real time to the collage community. Our goal is to bring the community together in a spirit of mutual support and fellowship.
Kolaj LIVE Online manifests Kolaj Magazine and Kolaj Institute by bringing together artists, curators, and writers to share ideas that deepen our understanding of collage as a medium, a genre, a community, and a 21st century movement.