Pop-Up Greeting Cards with Artist Matthew Reinhart

Ages
Ages 10 and up
Date
Sat, Oct 20 | 3:30–5:30pm
Cost
$40 members | $30 student and youth members | $50 non-members | $40 student and youth non-members
Location
Learning Center

Just in time for the holiday season, learn how to create your own 3-D pop-up greeting card with pop-up artist Matthew Reinhart. Follow along with Reinhart as he teaches the craft of paper engineering. Participants will have the opportunity to leave with their own unique greeting card, plus the skills to make more at home.

Visitor are welcome to also attend the companion program, Storytime for Kids: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas: A Petrifying Pop-Up with Matthew Reinhart and Workshop: Pop-Up Masks with Matthew Reinhart.

Matthew Reinhart

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Matthew Reinhart

Based in New York City, Matthew Reinhart is a world-renowned children's book author, illustrator and paper engineer, known best for designing the impossible in his acclaimed pop-up books. He created the New York Times bestselling Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the GalaxyCinderella: A Pop-Up Fairy Tale, DC Super Heroes: The Ultimate Pop-Up Book and Mommy? with legend Maurice Sendak. His series of non-fiction titles, including the Encyclopedia Prehistorica trilogy and the Encyclopedia Mythologica trilogy have been translated into several languages and enjoyed by readers all over the world. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Tim Burton's ground-breaking film Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), Reinhart collaborated with Disney and Tim Burton Productions to create Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas: A Petrifying Pop-Up for the Holidays.

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