Watchmaking. Paleography. Crystal Synthesis. Mud Ball Polishing.
One of Atlas Obscura's favorite online experiences, The Secret Arts, where we invite some of the world’s rarest experts and artisans to share the hidden knowledge of their singular craft, is back! Each edition of The Secret Arts features a different craftsperson in discussion with host, Roux Bedrosian. Unlike more instructional events, we'll explore some of the key lessons and discoveries our guest has made over the years, how you might try your hand at their unique skill yourself, and answer your questions live! Join us, and take a step into the unknown realm of The Secret Arts!
During this month's show, were going to be talking with paper engineer, designer, and world traveler, Yoojin Kim! Known for her jaw-dropping paper creations, Kim is a paper engineer and art director at UWP Luxe and Up With Paper, and spends her time designing dimensional products for personal and commercial clients. Her wanderlust and fascination with flora and fauna is evident in her work, which is heavily influenced by both the geometric and organic structures found in nature. We'll learn about how mistakes can be the secret to great paper creations, where Kim gets here inspiration, and how you can begin experimenting with paper creations of your own!
Greetings! I’m Roux Bedrosian, an NJ based vocalist, musician, writer, and pop-culture enthusiast. When I’m not moderating exciting and thought-provoking events on behalf of Atlas Obscura, you’ll often find me performing at local venues, writing original fiction and poetry, or lending my voice to studio projects. Over the course of my young career, I’ve had the privilege of collaborating with some pretty interesting folks – including the creative geniuses over at The Game Theorists and ShoddyCast.
By visiting www.rouxbedrosian.com, you’ll get a taste of the different things I do! You can also check out my acoustic duo, ROUVAN, on facebook! (www.facebook.com/rouvanmusic). PS – I put out a new #60SecondCover video on Instagram every Friday (@harleyroux).
Once registered, you can access the Zoom room for this experience through your confirmation email or Eventbrite account. Atlas Obscura online experiences are recommended for attendees age 13+.
This online experience will be recorded. A temporary link to the recording will be provided in a follow-up email to all ticket holders within 72 hours after the event. Access to this recording will be available for seven days.
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