Apparently there's more coming out of Switzerland than just secure banking, chocolate and the Helvetica font. The Swiss tradition of Scherenschnitt – scissor-cut paper art – makes an appearance in CUTTING FINE, CUTTING DEEP at Georgia Tech's Robert C. Williams Paper Museum, continuing Tues., SEPT. 30. Curator Julie Püttgen combines work from cut-paper artists in North America with fine Swiss examples in an exhibition that explores the expressive power of a simple material. A variety of dioramas, paper lace, abstract designs and silhouettes are on display. Most of us haven't played with cut paper since that day in second grade when we came home with a giant paper snowflake. Cutting Fine, Cutting Deep shows us what we've been missing all these years. Through Nov. 14. Free. Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 500 10th St. www.ipst.gatech.edu.