Updated June 2, 2015
Join us as we feature a product/technique and offer you a hands-on opportunity. We begin with a thorough instructional demonstration, and then you get to play! These Thursday evening sessions, once a month from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, have resulted lots of laughs, bonding and wonderful sample art!
A $10.00 registration fee per session includes light refreshments, tags, and full use of provided products, tools and materials. Come to each session, or choose what fits into your schedule.
Prepaid and online reservations are preferred so that we can prepare, but we will accomodate walk-ins whenever possible. (Seating space is limited, so if it becomes necessary priority will be given to those who have registered online in advance).
“I appreciate the How do I Use This? classes because you get to learn a variety of techniques in a short time, and can sample the product before purchasing it.”
— Judy Albert
Each month we use both paper and fabric to create samples, often incorporating them onto provided tags. Many students bring notebooks, or if desired, participants can jot notes on the reverse of the tags of what products were used and how to recreate the technique. Those who have attended several sessions can end up with the colorful makings of a tag book to creatively document ideas and inspirations! We also encourage those who art journal to bring their books to work in.
Visit the Artistic Artifacts blog for postings about products and techniques covered during several previous How Do I Use This? sessions:
Washington Beltway to exit 174, Eisenhower Avenue Connector. After exiting onto the ramp and merging onto the Connector, you will come to the intersection, and take a left onto Eisenhower Avenue. 4750 Eisenhower Avenue is a red brick building approximately ¼ mile on the left, after the Fedex sign and before the condos — look for the Electrodyne sign. Store entrance is at the front of the Electrodyne building. View Mapquest »
The Van Dorn Street station, on the Blue Line, is located at 5690 Eisenhower Avenue, approximately 10 blocks (.720 miles) from Artistic Artifacts.