New Year, New Skills

Let’s honor Juanita Craft’s legacy by learning skills to enlighten our future. This series is inspired by her motivation to create change through creative means and make the community better one person at a time.

Join us on this journey from February to April to learn, grow, and come together with new skills for the new year.

February:

  • Creating Out Loud: Printmaking with a Purpose | Saturday, Feb. 26 | 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. : Paying homage to Juanita Craft’s and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, join us for the first installation of New Year, New Skills. In this FREE 5-hour adult workshop, learn how to make a two-color linocut and historical information on how printmaking was used to produce poster and inspire youth in the Civil Rights Movement. This class is led by Matt Bagley of Iron Frog Press and Ashley “Veulah” Jordan of The Coloring Boxx. There are 12 seats reserved for this workshop. Register for classes here.
  • Food Photography 101 | Date and time TBD
  • Reflection Pass, Present, and Boarding Collage Workshop | Date and time TBD

March:

  • Women Poets Writing Workshop | Date and time TBD

April:

  • Fiber Textile Class | Date and time TBD

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