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Instructor: Rachel Pearson Time: Apr 29 & May 6: 1-4 pm Class Cost: $60/student + $30 materials Suggested Age: 7-12 In this two part class we will craft our own […]

Instructor: Rachel Pearson Time: Apr 29 & May 6: 1-4 pm Class Cost: $60/student + $30 materials Suggested Age: 7-12 In this two part class we will craft our own […]

The art of pretend sometimes gets lost as we get older. In this 2 part class we will recapture the joy of immersive play by recreating our very own life like and life size fairy wings. Not for the crafter faint at heart, this class will be challenging. We will create the “bones” of our wings with wire and then seal them together with science and magic to make them look and feel real. This is a great workshop for families who love to dress up and want to take their fairy game to the next level.

The art of pretend sometimes gets lost as we get older. In this 2 part class we will recapture the joy of immersive play by recreating our very own life like and life size fairy wings. Not for the crafter faint at heart, this class will be challenging. We will create the “bones” of our wings with wire and then seal them together with science and magic to make them look and feel real. This is a great workshop for families who love to dress up and want to take their fairy game to the next level.

Do you have a favorite character from a book, movie, or TV show? Do you want to dress up like that character? We will explore how to design and create a costume from beginning to end just in time for Halloween! Casual cosplay is all about using what you already have, making things you don’t, and finding the rest easily to embody a character you love!

First class we will discuss characters from books, movies, and TV shows and workshop what it might look like to have their wardrobe. Students should bring sketchbooks with them to every class in order to work on their designs. Each student must select one aspect of the costume to build in the class.

Second class we will begin our build – masks, armor, weapons how to build and where to start! Third class we will continue our projects, start painting anything that needs painting and fourth class will be the finishing touches. Just in time for Halloween!

Depending on the complexity of the costume we may not be able to create an entire costume but we will discuss how to easily find and create the looks desired and parents will be given an outline on how to help their kids in between classes if they are interested.

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