Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Youth Program

Paper collateral for youth program

Working paper Ferris Wheel model
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Youth Program for Worlds Fair exhibit
I had the pleasure of making a couple of interactive paper pieces for the youth program at The Nelson-Atkins Art Museum to go along with their new exhibit Decorative Arts of the Worlds Fair 1851-1939! We made a little paper replica of the entrance to the Crystal Palace from the 1851 Worlds Fair that kids can punch out, color and construct. No scissors or glue necessary.  I also got to make a fun 2 foot tall working model of a Ferris Wheel.
Crystal Palace customizable papertoy
Ferris Wheel in progress

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