SchoolArts Magazine

OCT 2013

SchoolArts is a national art education magazine committed to promoting excellence, advocacy, and professional support for educators in the visual arts since 1901.

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Concentric Kirigami A variation on Japanese Origami, Kirigami is created by folding paper and cutting portions away. This surprisingly easy relief sculpture is assembled with "rings" cut from double-sided sheets of colorful cardstock. The edges of the rings are then folded, cut, unfolded, and layered concentrically to make modern-day Kirigami designs. Grade Levels K–12, Special Education Roylco® Double Color Cardstock • Blick® Construction Paper • Elmer's® Glue-All® Fiskars® Softgrip Precision-Tip Kids Scissors • Helix® Safety Compass FREE lesson plans and video workshops at plans. For students of all ages! ® scan with a mobile device to learn more Need help paying for supplies for your art projects? 800•447•8192 Visit

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