The Studio at Anythink hosts open house
Anythink invites the community to join staff and artists in residence for a day of creative exploration during The Studio Open House on Saturday, Nov. 18, 10 am-3 pm. Workshops will be offered throughout the day on everything from videography to 3D printing, and customers of all interest-levels and ages are encouraged to attend. Participants can drop in for one session or stay for the whole day. This open house provides an opportunity to experience first-hand the types of workshops and tools available in The Studio, while interacting with staff and Anythink’s artists in residence – creative community members who share their expertise through mentorship and programming.
“In the Studio, imagination knows no bounds,” says Mo Yang, Anythink studio coordinator. “Do you dream about characters in a world of your own creation? Design them using our 3D printer and then create your own stop animation video. Always wanted to learn how to sew your own clothing? We’ve got the resources and the experts to help you learn that. The Studio Open House allows people of all ages to check out the Studio, talk with our staff and artists in residence, and dream about what’s possible.”
The Studio at Anythink is guided by the philosophy that customers of all ages thrive when they discover and follow their passions, collaborate with others, and become creators. Studio experiences are centered around production and put interest-driven, informal learning into action. While The Studio has two dedicated physical spaces at Anythink Wright Farms and Anythink Brighton, Anythink also creates the environment for experiences to be hosted at all seven of its locations with traveling equipment and programming.
The Studio Open House
Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017
10 am-3 pm
Anythink Wright Farms, 5877 E. 120th Ave., Thornton, CO 80602
Drop in for one session or enjoy the whole day. Light refreshments will be served.
10 am – Video production with Tyson Kartchner
Learn about videography, composition and filming techniques, and then create your own video using your phone or other device. Wrap up this workshop with post-production tips and Q&A.
11 am – Storytelling with Chris Vandijk
Storytelling is an art, and Chris will share some ways to fine-tune your craft. Participants will leave with a better understanding of what makes a good story and an outline to get started on their own.
12 pm – Sewing alterations with Kathy Renz
Kathy from Sassy Selections will provide an overview of alterations, and then participants will learn a few basic techniques for shirts, pants and jeans.
1-3 pm – 3D Printing and Design with Mahi Palanisami
Mahi from Hypatia Studio will help demystify the 3D printing process using TinkerCAD. Whether you already have a project in mind, or you’re designing for the first time, work with other participants to develop your project and learn something new.