Posted by Crystal Pepperdine, Founder and Executive Director of Flint Handmade
Thanks to a generous grant from the Ruth Mott Foundation, Flint Handmade will be offering a series of workshops on Saturday afternoons to reintroduce the domestic arts and crafts of our American cultural hertitage.
September 24: Spinning Yarn, Knitting & Crocheting
with Cathy Mashburn from Ewe to You Yarns
October 1: Quilting & Sewing
with Rute Serrels from Friends for Quilting
October 15: Gardening, Canning & Pickling
with Joanna Lehrman and Roxanne Adair from Flint River Farm
October 22: Stained Glass & Mosaics
with Jami Anderson from Woolly Thinking
October 29: Natural Beauty & Cleaning Products
with Holly Slawter from Fiddlebump's Apothecary
All workshops are from 10am-3pm at The Lunch Studio in Downtown Flint.
These workshops will provide an opportunity for participants to connect with each other and engage in a meaningful and productive creative experience.
Upon completion of a workshop, each participant will receive a Flint Handmade SkillShare Community Education Toolkit with supplies and materials to continue the dialogue and share their new skills with friends, family and colleagues.
Workshops are $10 each. All supplies and lunch are provided. Space is limited to 10 participants per workshop.
Registration is REQUIRED. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Flint Handmade SkillShare: A Series of Workshops to Reintroduce the Domestic Arts and Crafts of Our American Cultural Hertitage
Posted by Flint Handmade at 6:51 AM
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Natural Beauty & Cleaning Products was a huge success. This workshop was very informative and I learned a lot about the dangerous chemicals in products that you use on your skin and in cleaning solutions. Thank You Crystal for bringing Holly from Fiddlebump's to instruct the class.ReplyDelete