Designer Cris Edwards will guide you through a meditative look at plants and vintage garden ephemera, culminating in a beautiful botanical collage to keep and display. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; registration is required.
Molecular gastronomy is where scientific sorcery meets culinary artistry. Use innovative techniques and tools, as well as some basic chemistry, to explore the magic of modernist cuisine. Participants will transform foods across states of matter as they create edible works of art that would be at home on the Starship Enterprise. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; registration is required.
Anythink York Street offers a monthly morning book club with a very different style: we choose a theme for the meeting, and you choose the book you want to read based on that theme. Each person discusses their choice. It’s a fun way to discover new authors and books while reading a title that speaks to you. Bring your pick and a morning beverage, and we’ll talk books. This month’s theme: a book with a color in the title. Appropriate for adults. No registration required.
Join independent coimc store I Want More Comics for tips and tricks on how to start and maintain a comic collection. There will also be time to discuss comics with other enthusiasts. Appropriate for adults and teens in grades 9 and up. Space is limited; registration is required.
How does a toy go from idea, to design, to manufactured plaything? And how do toy artists work with media companies - like DC, Marvel, and Sanrio - to develop licensed toys that do justice to our favorite superheroes and videogame stars? Join Kidrobot’s talented artists to hear the story of how toys are made, from start to finish, and enjoy an interactive exhibit of their work. Best for all ages.
Work with local expert Sally Gould to create custom cards using water color. Appropriate for teens and adults. Space and supplies are limited; registration required. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Discover the art of soft cut linoleum block printing. Each maker will carve their own stamp and create a journal, cards and more. Appropriate for ages 10 and older. Space and supplies are limited; registration required. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Learn what it’s like to be a comic artist in today’s industry and receive hands-on instructions on starting your own comic strip. Space and supplies are limited; registration required. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Explore your imagination and creativity through the magic of art. This is a basic art and design class that everyone, regardless of skill level, can enjoy. Discover your inner artist with a focus on the joy and the creative experience of learning the language of art. Taught by local artist Sally Gould.
Dive into some of the best books of the past three centuries, and discover a new favorite along the way. Each month we’ll meet to discuss classic novels across multiple literary traditions and genres. From well-worn masterpieces to under-considered hidden gems, we’ll explore what makes – and remakes – great fiction.
Please e-mail Kaelin Alexander at email@example.com for details about obtaining a copy of this month’s reading, Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God.