Adult Workshops at the Ohio Craft Museum
CraftView workshops are classes for adults and teens that provide artistic inspiration and creative stimulus. The media offered often align with exhibitions in the gallery space, such as quilt surface design, weaving, jewelry-making, fiber art and more. Information about our spring and summer adult programming will be posted soon. Please add your name to the form below to receive our next email announcement.
Craftview Evening Workshops
Wednesday, September 17 or Thursday, September 18
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
These classes are full. Please email education@Ohiocraft.org to be put on the waiting list.
Join fiber artist Phyllis Walla Catania and explore the ancient art of indigo dye. You’ll experiment with a variety of resist techniques on muslin, including shibori methods with pebbles, marbles, sticks and string. Then, you’ll dye a cotton pillowcase to encourage “dreams of peace.”
Workshop fee: $12 for members, $15 for nonmembers, includes all supplies and pillowcase.
Polymer Gargoyle Workshop
Wednesday, October 8
6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Puppeteer and art educator Rodney Reese will present a workshop on creating with Super Sculpey, a durable polymer medium that cures in the oven. He’ll explain basic armature structures using aluminium foil and wire, and guide you through beginning sculpting techniques with a variety of tools. Time permitting, you can paint your creature to look like stone, or go as wild as you like with a variety of colors. You’ll end up with a six-inch standing gargoyle or a hollow head that can shoot water, just in time to decorate for the season.
Workshop fee: $12 for members, $15 for non-members, includes all supplies.
Pre-registration is required: call 486-4402 to register.
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