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9 Videos (45m)
    • Intro

      3:19
    • Supplies

      1:32
    • One Word To Get Started

      5:02
    • Cut It Out

      10:13
    • Composition Basics

      3:06
    • Layout Option 1: Graphic

      4:30
    • Layout Option 2: Layered

      6:59
    • Make It Stick

      9:50
    • We Did It!

      0:55

About This Class

If you know how to use scissors, you can make a collage… actually even if all you can do is tear paper, you can make a collage. But mastering the little details and thinking through each element can make turn your project into a polished work of art.

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Our class project will be based on a one-word (or phrase) suggestion to get the creativity flowing and I'll guide you at each step to make a beautiful, cohesive collage!

Collage is an amazing medium in its own right, but it can also be a great practice for sharpening (pun somewhat intended) your skills in other areas, like graphic design, as you brainstorm the most effective way to convey your message visually.


The best part is you don't need much to get started. I'll show you some of my favorite tools, tricks, and ways of seeing that elevate a collage from pre-school project to high art.

Let’s dive deep and make something really special!

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wonderful attention to detail so that the process is very clear. Can't wait for the next class.

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Emily Keating Snyder

Colorful LA Artist + Designer


I'm a colorful LA fine artist + designer who also adores teaching and creating with others in a fun, easy-going way. My favorite mediums are paint, watercolor, collage, and embroidery. I believe in the importance of working with our hands and turning mistakes into art. I'm happiest when working with my hands and love art that hints at the human who made it with little imperfections and variations.

I studied art and art history (and cool things like book making and Zen Buddhism) as ...

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