Adult Workshops at the Ohio Craft Museum

DIY and CraftView workshops are classes for adults and teens who want to try out new media in a fun and social atmosphere. The media offered often align with exhibitions in the gallery space, such as quilt surface design, weaving, jewelry-making, fiber art and more. Please add your name to the form below to receive our next email announcement.

Upcoming Classes

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DIY Henna on Fabric!

Thursday, September 28th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Learn the traditions and customs of henna and its important cultural meaning. Fiber artist and Central Ohio Weavers Guild member Anne Literata Hurley will guide students in creating a beautifully designed cotton napkin using henna dye in a non-traditional way. Each student will receive a cone of henna to use and can then take the remainder home to keep the creativity going.

Fee: $25/$22 members, fee includes henna and a white 20″x 20″ cotton napkin.
To register online CLICK HERE or call the museum 614-486-4402, M-F 10-5, Sat & Sun 1-4pm.

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DIY Leathercraft!

Thursday, October 19th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Learn the basics of crafting with leather while creating a leather wrist cuff. A variety of tools will be used to punch, stamp and finish a uniquely designed cuff. Doug Polczynski, owner of Black Forest Leatherworks is a Columbus native and has been working with leather for over 15 years.

Fee: $25/$22 members, fee includes $10 materials fee.
To register online CLICK HERE or call the museum 614-486-4402, M-F 10-5, Sat & Sun 1-4pm.

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Make-and-Take

Closing reception project!
Friday, October 20th, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Make a Crystal Clay pendant at the closing reception of the exhibit, “Alchemy 4” an international exhibition organized by The Enamelist Society! Let the beautiful enameled art and jewelry inspire, as you anchor beads, stones and small found objects into a 2-part epoxy clay to create a one of a kind piece of jewelry. There is no registration required for this free make-and-take project, just come and create. The class ends when we run out of crystal clay.

 

 

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