Bring something to sip & a friend to share the experience with! Creativity thrives in numbers!
Thursday, September 30th 6:30pm
*This is an outdoor activity
Taught by Cyndi Konopka
What is Hypertufa? Hypertufa is a lightweight, porous material used to make planters. It is made from a mixture of Portland cement, peat moss, vermiculite, or perlite. After mixing the ingredients together, they are molded into shape and allowed to dry. Hypertufa projects are limited only by your imagination. In this Class we will provide instruction and the ingredients for the hypertufa concoction, you’ll need to bring a mold, and a bucket, and a few other items. Be prepared to have fun and mix cement! Dress for mess! Check flea markets and thrift stores for inexpensive containers you can use for molds!
Hypertufa – Student supply list:
Learn to make, design and package your own lip glosses in this fun Gloss-Making Workshop!
Watch Amanda Panfil, owner of Amanda and Her Gloss, demo her gloss making process and take you through the process to create simple, all natural cosmetics from home. Bring a friend, mom or grandma along and have fun making gloss!
30 minute gloss making demo
2 custom lip glosses to keep
All materials and supplies included!
*Materials for class include: Lip gloss tubes, gloss base, color pigments, oils, flavorings, add-ins, and packaging.
Sat Sept 18 @ 1:00pm
Sat Oct 23 @ 1:00pm
Nov 6 @ 11:00am
Instructor: Gena Davis
Your choice of glass or metal beads, combine with memory wire to create a one-of-a-kind bracelet in these workshops!
Gena will guide you to make your very own Aromatherapy Bead or Holiday-Themed piece of jewelry. Choose your workshop dates from our Calendar above!
Memory wire is adjustable and fits any wrist.
All materials included. Class size limited.
Open to Teen/Adult students.
Thursdays after school, 4:00-5:15pm, join Ms. Meg in our Gallery for this fun Introduction to Weaving course!
Students will walk away with a knowledge of weaving and create some weaving masterpieces of their own. Students will practice different weaving techniques, explore different colors and textures and work on creating patterns and textiles.
Materials: Yarn (lots of it!), twine, wooden or plastic looms, thick needles for weaving, thin needles for detail, wooden sticks Note: I encourage students to bring any fabric or ribbon scraps to upcycle them and include them in their art.
Next session begins October 6th