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Chigiri-e Paper Craft

Celebrate Asian-American / Pacific Islander Heritage Month by exploring Chigiri-e.  Chigiri-e (pronounced chee-ghee-ri-eh) is a paper craft from Japan dating back to the Heian period (794 to 1185). Often paired with calligraphy, it involves tearing colored paper into shapes and creating images that resemble watercolors. Using handmade paper is an important part of traditional chigiri-e art, but we'll use tissue paper and printed pages from discarded books.  Stop by any time in May to create your unique piece of art.

Monday, May 23 at 10:00am

More dates through May 31, 2022

Southeast Anchor, Adult Department, 2nd Floor
3601 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224

Event Type

Arts and Crafts, Arts @ the Pratt

Age Group

Adults, Seniors

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Programs For Adults

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Adult Events Approver- for Adults

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