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There’s an interesting Notan art activity that you could try at home, which is suitable for kids and adults. Notan is a Japanese term which literally means “light dark harmony”. Cutting out and placing light and dark shapes together creates inventive designs. You’ll need two contrasting colours of paper, glue and scissors, a pencil, rubber and ruler. You can make a fun patterned artwork in this easy to follow project. Making can be really good for your mental health – give it a go!
Look for ‘WAW Virtual Tutorial: Notan Paper Activity’ on YouTube to follow along and there’s also a brief video intro at @theartsworkshop on Insta.
Claire Hilton from @creatingspacesessions has made this video for Worcester Arts Workshop. Claire is one of the artists who is part of our group of creative practitioners – regionally based artists who create our interesting programme of art workshops. .
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