BCM Fall Crafting Workshop Series
Learn how to transform items with family history value into crafts with a new series of five Wednesday evening artisan classes at Behringer-Crawford Museum. Artist and craftsperson Laurie Hughes will show you how to turn men's neckties into a beautiful silk scarf, repurpose small odds and ends into pottery decorations, jazz up old picture frames and make those sad, single socks into eye-catching (and useful) potholders.
Workshop Schedule: All workshops are 6:30-8:30 p.m. at BCM
Oct. 12: Silk Transfer Scarves from Neckties
Oct. 26: Remembrance Picture Frames Using Costume Jewelry
Nov. 9: Clay-Stamping & Pot-Making
Nov. 30: Barrel-Firing of Clay Objects & Sock Potholders
Dec. 14: Eyeglass Lens Jewelry & Memory Picture Bracelets
Single Workshop: $25 for BCM members and $30 for future members.
5-workshop series: $100 for BCM members and $125 for future members.
Workshops are limited to 12 participants, 18 years and over. Reservations are required.
For more information or to register call (859) 491-4003, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit bcmuseum.org