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Earth Day Eco Scarves

with Julia Tomaro

April 20th, 2024

$30 More Info

Eco Printing refers to printing with leaves and flowers onto cloth so that the tannins in plant life actually print an image of the plant. Participants will make a silk scarf with patterns from the plants they choose. The class will take one hour but the printing method requires a 2 hour processing time. The scarves will be ready to pick up after that.

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Saturdays Open Metalsmithing Studio Hours

with Annemarie Kallenbach

April 20th, 2024

Open Metalsmithing Studio Hours (up to 5 sessions)

Saturdays, April 20th - May 18th, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Ages:  16+ years old

The studio is open to students currently enrolled in a series of classes or with the instructor's approval. This time is supervised but not instructional.

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Earth Day- Recyclable plastic and ink….known as Yupo

with Jill Shaffer

April 20th, 2024

$40 More Info

 Recyclable plastic and ink....known as Yupo,  a Japanese product and Alcohol Inks. This class is experimental, and a fun way to begin an art project. We will also be using Acrylic in this process. Come and let your creative juices flow. Everything is furnished.

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Earth Day – Earth Friendly Dyeing

with Pi Benio

April 20th, 2024

$30 More Info

Learn about earth friendly natural dyes using plants to dye wool we will collect right on the PlaneWave campus. You also will experience spinning wool, making thread using vintage spinning wheels and drop spindles.

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Earth Day Hypertufa Pots

with Julia Tomaro

April 20th, 2024

$50 More Info

Hyperturfa pots are eco-friendly and good for outside plantings. Hyperturfa pots are made by mixing cement, vermiculite, and peat into a slurry. Then, participants will drape old towels, like beach towels or bath towels, into the slurry. Then, the towels will be placed upside down over a form to dry. Drying takes 3-4 days depending on weather. Participants will need to return to pick up their pot or come in a car that is lined with plastic so cement doesn’t get all over the car.

Please bring an old towel or several. We can make several pots of different sizes. In addition, if you have a large plant pot that you would like to use as a form you may want to bring that also. It will not get ruined because we will cover it with plastic. Bring rubber or vinyl gloves to protect your hands from cement abrasions. Class limit 6 Suggested for Ages Teens-Adult