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SUPPORTIVE ARTS FOR ADULTS: AN INCLUSIVE VARYING ABILITIES WORKSHOP FOR ADULTS 18+ WITH ECFTA ARTS EDUCATORS

September 13 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

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An event every week that begins at 10:00am on Thursday, repeating until November 29, 2018

Thursday sessions begin September 13th

Ages 18+

$12 +HST per session

Try your hand at a variety of artistic materials in these guided project-based workshops specifically designed to support adults of all abilities working side by side in our community. Please bring your support worker if assistance is required. The ECFTA is not wheelchair accessible.

*Registration is required for this class.

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CREATING PAPER FLOWERS: OPEN DAHLIA WORKSHOP WITH JESSIE CHUI OF CRAFTED TO BLOOM

September 29 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

SATURDAY WORKSHOP

Ages 17+

$50 +HST*

*There is a $15 Kit Fee payable directly to instructor on day of class.

Extend your summer garden by learning how to make open-faced dahlias with Jessie Chui of Crafted to Bloom.  In this 3-hour beginner/intermediate workshop, you’ll learn how to use crepe paper to create one to two realistic-looking dahlias. Take-home instructions and templates will be provided, and you’ll have enough materials to make more flowers at home.

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New Materials, New Techniques and the Hand Hooked Surface

October 3 @ 9:30 am - October 4 @ 4:30 pm

New Materials, New Techniques and the Hand Hooked Surface
Michelle Sirois Silver

Wednesday October 3 & Thursday October 4, 2018
9:30AM – 4:30PM

Members and Non-Members: $240
$30 Kit Fee payable to instructor directly from students

New Materials, New Techniques and the Hand Hooked Surface is a workshop created to allow participants to fully engage in exploration, experimentation, and the creative process of surface design which is often applied in layers combining techniques and materials to create detail, depth, and interest. This two-day intensive workshop is ideally suited for students wishing to push beyond their current practice and into an exploratory framework. Students will develop a deeper understanding for the integration of new materials and techniques with the hand hooked surface. You will have the opportunity to explore your ideas using metal, found objects, hand embroidery, needle felting, beading, collage, machine stitch, and printing.

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