We are so excited to be collaborating with Local Home Girl to bring you a brand new workshop for 2016! Embrace your authenticity through a half-day retreat focused on learning a new skill focused on sustainability and creativity.
Join us for a day of hands-on learning, fun, and experimentation with natural dyeing. Learn eco-friendly, sustainable, and easy ways to dye fabric with everyday food stuffs and natural materials. You will also learn a variety of shibori and resist techniques to use for patterning and designing your own set of napkins and placemats.
KC Cooper-Sears will be leading the workshop. KC has a degree in Fiber Arts from the Savannah College of Art & Design. KC has worked for Martha Stewart, Urban Outfitters, and the famous restaurant Nobu. She was also a founder of the Academy of Handmade, an organization which celebrates, respects, and supports both artists and makers.
All materials and supplies, as well as a delicious catered lunch by Savory N Sweet will be provided. Each person will also receive a special gift as our thank you for participating.
You will meet new people, make new friends and go home inspired. Spend time working with your hands to create something beautiful using simple raw materials, and ingredients. Most importantly, you will make time for yourself. We are so thrilled you will be joining us!
Workshop tickets are transferable, but not refundable.
Saturday, June 11, 2016
10am - 3pm
Local Home Girl South Bay HQ
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Please note: This is a hands-on, creative workshop. Wear things, (including shoes) you won’t mind getting dirty/stained.
Plenty of free, street parking available.