FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WHO: Standing Rock Cultural Arts and Kim Mosyjowski present
WHAT: First Friday Art Classes (March, April, May 2023)
-Standing Rock Cultural Arts center. 300 N. Water St., Suite H. Kent
-March 3, Sashiko Stitching, $15 (Max 12 students)
-April 7, Mask Making, $20 (Max 15 students)
-May5,Dried Flower Seed Pod painting, $30 for 1 dozen stems. (Max 15students)
-All Materials will be provided. (Students may bring their own materials if they like)
-PRE-REGISTRATION for all classes is strongly encouraged. Contact Kim Mosyjowski at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Payments can be made viaPayPal using the above email address or with cash the day of the class.
DESCRIPTION OF CLASSES:
March 3rd at 6:30–8:30 Visible mending class. Learning to hand mend your favorite clothing beautifully instead of buying new. We will learn the basics of Sashiko stitching. Seating is limited to 12 guests. The cost is $15. You may bring jeans or a cotton fabric piece of clothing with you to work on if you desire. Practice fabric and all supplies will be provided.
Friday April 7th 6:30-8:30 pm Recycled Art. Get ready for Earth Day! For children 8 years old to 80s+. Make large whimsical masks from recycled cardboard and environmentally friendly glue and paints. Seating is limited to 15 guests. The cost is $20. A portion of the profits will be donated to the Standing Rock Cultural Arts Center.
May5th at 6:30pm- 8:30 – dried flower seed pod painting. Siberian irisseed pods are painted to create stunning flowers which will not wilt or die. They are a wonderful gift for all of the mother figures in your life. Seating is limited to 15 guests. The cost is $30 for 3dozen stems.
Kim Mosyjowski is an intrepid Art Explorer. While fiber arts are her first love, she is also committed to exploring as many mediums as she can, and to inspiring and energizing other people’s natural creativity. She has a B.A. in Art Education from Kent State University and has taught art to people from ages three to eighty-eight. Through her series of Art Explorations classes at the North Water Street Gallery, First Fridays for adults, and Second Saturdaysfor children, she offers the community opportunities to come and explore art and develop their own artistic interests and skills.
Kim lives near Hartville on a 46-acre farm. She utilizes natural materials found there in her art. She is an avid gardener, kayaker,and a community builder through her position on the board of the Kent Community TimeBank.
More Info: www.standingrock.net
Standing Rock Cultural Arts is a non profit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization. We invite and welcome sponsors to help cover expensesfor our art and educational activities. Donations are tax deductible.
Standing Rock Cultural Arts
300 N. Water St., Suite H
Kent, OH 44240
Jeff Ingram, Executive Director email@example.com
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