Studio Coffee

CLASS ID: 5R06
Date/Time: 11 Fridays: September 8 – November 17 , 9:30AM – 10:30AM

CLASS ID: 5R33  *No class on 10/10/17
Date/Time: every other Tuesday: September 12 – November 21 , 7:00PM – 8:00PM  *September 26 class meeting at White Bear Lake Library

Neil Johnston
Come to WBCA for coffee and discuss art, artists, techniques, and trends. Free with registration. Stay for open studio and make art.

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Open Studio: Artist to Artist

CLASS ID: 2R04
Date/Time: 11 Fridays: September 8 – November 17 , 10:00AM – 12:30PM

No Instructor
Get to know other artists. Grow in knowledge, support, and community by creating together in any medium. Work on your own project with your own supplies. No instruction will be provided; this is an opportunity for open studio with like-minded
artists. Bringing snacks is encouraged. Registration is required to attend this class.

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Dye a Silk Scarf with Bengala Dye

CLASS ID: 4R06
Date/Time: Wednesday, November 1, 10:00AM – 12:30PM

Chiaki O’Brien
Bengala dyes are natural Japanese dyes made from soil, which are environmentally safe and fun to use. Learn about the history and cultural significance of this unique dye style as you dye a beautiful silk scarf. This is not a soaking dye, so come ready to knead the material as well as be creative! Play with the material by knotting, folding, tie-dyeing… nobody knows exactly how their work will turn out. It’s like opening
Christmas presents when dyeing is finished and the finished scarf is revealed! Have fun being creative! There will be 12 colors of dye and some tools for everyone to play with. The dye contains natural rubber latex, so this is not a good class for students with a latex allergy. Students are welcome to dye more than one scarf if they wish to purchase more from the instructor for $10 per scarf.

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Duct Tape Stocking

CLASS ID: 7R26
Date/Time: Sunday, November 12, 1:30PM – 3:30PM

Erika Arndt
Holiday stockings have been a joyous tradition for centuries. Design yours using modern materials like duct tape and other decorations.

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