Join us for an introduction program where we will learn the basics of hand embroidery with Inez Sanchez. Appropriate for teens and adults. Space is limited; registration required.
Join us for part two of our new Mini Home Project. This month, work together to use wood scraps to build small pieces of furniture. We’ll use glue and various tools to complete this fun activity. Space is limited; registration required.
Explore the intricate and colorful history of mandalas while you make one of your own to take home. Using bright string, pins and corkboards we’ll partake in the meditative art of mandala creation. Part of the new "Taste the World" series!
Learn about the 5,000 year-old practice of mehndi, a body art using dye made from the henna plant. From ancient India to Anythink Perl Mack, j explore the history of mehndi and receive your own henna tattoo from local artist Atisha Pisaña.
Learn basic sewing skills while you make your own to-go version of Tic-Tac-Toe. All participants will be able to take their creations home with them.
Learn how to turn a basic t-shirt into an environmentally friendly grocery bag. We'll provide everything you need to get started and will guide you every step of the way! No sewing experience required.
Inez Sanchez will be hosting another fun sewing program in the Huron Street Studio. Join us to express your creativity while you put together your own shabby chic purse. Appropriate for teens and adults. Space is limited; registration required.
Explore a vast palette of colors with different textures, tones, and mediums with five workshops this fall. All ages are welcome.
Color Stories, Part V: Chains for Change, II Monday, Dec. 16, 4-5 pm
Let’s start a chain reaction…right in the lobby of the library! Finish up the co-creation of a colorful installation that will be exhibited and contributed to throughout the Winter.