Workshops are more intensive than classes and are a great chance to explore a new medium, technique, or topic. Generally each workshop focuses on a specific project. All supplies are included and participants will leave the workshop with a completed piece and a new skill.
Saturday, Nov 17, 7-9pm
Saturday, Dec 15, 7-9pm
Saturday, Jan 19, 7-9pm
Join local artist Trisha Mae in an evening of painting and fun! Trisha will walk you through the steps of making a painting, while nurturing your creativity throughout the process. A great way to try painting for the first time, or to enjoy a night out with friends! All materials are included. BYOB encouraged.
$30/person, all materials included.
Friday, Nov 9, 7-9pm
Friday, Dec 14, 7-9pm
Friday, Jan 11, 7-9pm
Do you love beer? Do you love to play with clay? Then this workshop is perfect for you! Join ceramicist, Brad Hagmayer, in this one of a kind workshop, where you will learn the basics of building with clay while drinking beer! What could be better? Beer will be provided by a local brewery. A perfect date night activity, or night out with friends. No experience necessary!
$35/person, all materials included. All attendees must pre-register. All participants must be 21 or older.
Thursday, December 13th, 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Students will create their own mugs using hand building techniques. Participants may bring their own textures such as lace, buttons, shells etc. for an added personal touch. These mugs are perfect to gift or keep for yourself! No experience needed.
Saturday, December 15th, 10AM - 12PM
Saturday, December 22nd, 10AM - 12PM
Join us each Saturday in December leading up to Christmas for our fun and simple holiday-themed craft workshops! Great for kids and adults. Drop-ins welcome - no registration necessary.
Suggested Donation $5
Saturday, January 5th, 1 - 3:30 PM
Learn about blog development and email marketing as effective ways to promote your business and/or creative objectives.
This workshop is best suited for adults, 16 years and older. It’s encouraged that attendees bring a laptop, tablet, or smartphone to the workshop if possible.
Saturday, January 19th, 2-3 PM
In an increasingly digital world, it's small businesses who provide us with human products and places to connect with the people we love. If you own a small business, or are thinking of starting one, consider this workshop taught by entrepreneur and marketing strategist, Jeremiah Rizzo.
This workshop will cover:
Simple ways to think about small business growth
SEO for local business
How to make websites more effective (increasing foot traffic, gaining customers, etc.)
Web design recommendations
How to calculate your CPA (how much it should cost you to gain a new customer)
How to run an automated referral program
Essential things to focus on (that even busy owners can do)
Answers to your specific questions