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January 19th, 4pm-6:30pm | Weaving Day 1 | Location : Clay Works Last Day to Register : January 17th January 26th, 4pm-6:30pm | Weaving Day 2 | Location : Clay Works 2nd Fl Last Day to Register : January 24th Ages 11-18 Please be sure to: *Bring a water bottle to stay hydrated. *Wear clothes you can get messy in. We will be working with Clay, Dyes, Inks, and Paints! *Wear a Mask during the entirety of the workshop. If…Find out more »
This virtual workshop will inspire and inform students to get creative with color! Whether you don’t know the basics or your palette is burned out, we’ll awaken your color sense with a discussion of color theory and materiality. Each student will assess their color preferences and learn how to extrapolate their favorite color harmonies into endless palettes. An overview of pigments, dyes, and binders will give students a springboard for applying theory to practice in any art form. Prior to…Find out more »
In this workshop we will make a set of two spoons and a spoon-rest. I use a spoon-rest every time I cook, and what's better than having one you made yourself! When not in use, the spoons make a delight full decoration for the wall. No experience necessary Optional kit includes clay, decorative slips, and firing fees for two spoons and a spoon-rest. Work can be fired using the Works' Curbside Firing Service. About Kayla Noble: "I first began my…Find out more »
with Katrin Reifeiss February 20th and 21st Online Sat/Sun 10am-12pm 2 Meetings Online Only Join Katrin Reifeiss for an online weekend workshop on Japanese Shibori. On Saturday, students will learn how to create pattern with the Shibori technique Itajime by folding and clamping on shapes to their fabric and then dyeing their pieces in indigo. Katrin will teach a variety of ways to create designs and patterns. On Sunday, students will setup their dye baths and dye their garments. Results…Find out more »
with Kayla Noble February 20- March 27 Sundays, 10 am-12 pm 6 Meetings, Online Together we will cover the basics of handbuilding, and how you can use these skills to create a plethora of objects! Of course, we will talk about mugs and bowls, but we'll also cover juicers, spoon-rests, baskets, and more! You may use your own cone 6 clay or purchase a bag from us for pickup. Work can be fired using the Works' Curbside Firing Service. About…Find out more »
In this one-day workshop, particpants will design and construct their own grocery tote bag. The instructor will cover basic pattern-making and hand-sewing techniques. Optional kit includes 1 yard fabric, a spool thread, a needle and chalk. About Mahdiyyah Muhammad: Mahdiyyah is a self-taught designer form East Orange, NJ who started designing at the age of 8. Since then, she has started her own youth sewing program and taught sewing at the Harlem Children's Zone and the West Side Community Center.…Find out more »
with Raheli Harper March 6th, Online Saturday 10am-12pm 1 Meeting Online Only In this class you will learn how to darn a sock, a technique that you can use to fix many kinds of garments. Using simple tools, we will weave a tiny piece of new fabric right on top of a worn out area of fabric. You can darn over holes, or you can use darning to strengthen a piece of fabric that is worn thin, or even use…Find out more »