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Teaching


Lise works in schools through the Ontario Arts Council’s Artists in Education program. She is available to work in schools, galleries or museums, libraries, or even people's homes, designing cross-curricular and age-appropriate lessons.

Lise especially enjoys teaching pop-up bookmaking techniques to young people. Designing pop-ups is a cross-curricular activity: visual imagery, design technology, story-telling and writing skills are all integrated parts of the finished work. Pop-ups can be tied into many classroom activities. (See “Popping Up with Madame Pop-up” below)




Some samples of student works

Tom Thompson
Robert Munsch
Life In A Medieval Castle: Page 2: The drawbridge
Our Cocommunity
goose
exlax
Perth1


Samples of Adult Student work

Student work
At a workshop at Women's Studio Workshop at New York State, Maeve Maurer created this tunnel book.
Photo credit: Pamela Wright


Student work
This is Maeve's carousel book.
Photo credit: Pamela Wright


Student work
A pop-up book made by Serena Ataples at the University of Calgary.
Photo credit: Laurel Johannesson


Student work
A pop-up book made by Melissa Lim at the University of Calgary.
Photo Credit: Laurel Johannesson


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