Concept to Action: Pop-Up Artists’ Books
A lecture by Shawn Sheehy
Thursday, March 15 • 7pm
Pacific Lutheran UniversityUniversity Center Regency Room
How does one make something as magical as a pop-up book? Where do the ideas and the skills come from? Shawn Sheehy talks about the influences and experiences in his life that have enabled him to concept and engineer pop-up books.
Shawn Sheehy combines paper engineering with an interest in biological and cultural evolution to produce sculptural pop-up books. Shawn has taught workshops at PBI, Penland, the Centers for Book Arts in Chicago and New York, and many other venues across the U.S. His commercial pop-up clients include the American Girl Company, American Greetings and PeeWee Herman.
This event is sponsored by Pacific Lutheran University and Puget Sound Book Artists.
It is free and open to the public.
For more information visit their website.
Thanks to Jennifer Chushcoff for sending the information!!