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A collage is a picture, constructed from many smaller pieces being stuck to a surface with glue. The smaller pieces can be a mixture of paintings, photographs, news paper clippings or any abstract item. Collages can be abstract or follow a theme.

There cannot be many people who have not created a Collage at some point of there life. Making a collage is a popular way of displaying personal memorabilia.

Any age can enjoy making a collage, from toddlers upwards.

The only ability necessary is imagination.
Collage making is considered important in child development, as it is creative and fun to do, and it promotes both the childs imagination and expression.

A collage is a work of art constructed from many pieces, which can include items of different textures. These items can be of anything suitable for fixing to the surface with glue. Individual items can be butted up to each other, overlapped or built up.
A collage can be abstract or follow a theme, such as a persons life or an event. All works of art are individual, but a collage even more so, as collage reveals the artists inner thoughts and moods.

Items often used in making a collage;
newspaper-clippings, photographs, drawings, letters, cards, string, wool, felt, clothing, pieces of wood, jewellery, small dolls, flowers, plants, and any other small item, relivant to the piece.

Closely Related Activities
Scrap booking 709, Decoupage 1019, Modern art 19, Beadwork 893, Quilling or paper filigree 1018, Patchwork 459.

There is no cost related to creating a collage other than any purchased individual item or item of value used in the construction of the work, this is completly optional and up to the artists choice.

Level of Demand
The table below shows the maximum levels of demand that this activity requires. NOTE: These are not entry levels or levels of requirement and has nothing to do with ability.

  The level of energy that could be required Energy  
  The level of demand that could be required by your arms Arms  
  The level of demand that could be required by your legs Legs  
  The level of demand that could be required by your sight. Sight  
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  The level of demand that could be required by your speech. Speech  
  The level of demand of Cerebral Learning that could occur as a direct consequence of absorbing factual information. Learning  

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