Craft Workshop: Paper Jewelry
A full afternoon to learn new crafting skills using paper!
Instead of throwing out old magazines and newspapers, turn them into beautiful woven jewelry and household items! In this fun and relaxing workshop, you will learn a variety of techniques to create a bracelet and other pieces of your own individual design.
The finished product probably won’t look exactly like this, because you’ll have used the basic techniques to follow your own, unique vision!
Sunday, August 13th, 12:30-4:30 pm
This class is held in a single session in the Community Center’s Arts & Crafts Room.
This is a family friendly workshop, though participants are expected to be able to stay in class for 4 hours, so we recommend being at least 9 years old.
Ann W. Miller is a fiber artist and professional educator who has been teaching in and out of classrooms since 2003. She loves working with groups, as it engenders a sense of community and encourages creativity and the sharing of ideas. Ann has taught curricular art as well as craft classes to students from elementary school through adulthood. With a BS in Mathematics, a Master’s in education, and significant coursework in fine art and art history, Ann has a unique range of skills that she loves to share with others.
Registration deadline is August 1st, as low enrollment may cancel the workshop. Registration forms including waivers must be signed before participation.
Cost, including materials:
$35 for members
$40 for non-members