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Family First: In Style Jewelry Making - Earrings

All ages
$5 per participant
  • About This Program

    Learn how to make your own, unique pieces that have your individual stamp on them. In this workshop, learn techniques to help you create a pair of earrings from start to finish; from designing to painting and assembling! Create your own patterns and designs or use stencils for your pieces. Participants will walk away with at least one completed piece of wearable art.

    This workshop is open to all ages and experience levels. All that is needed is your imagination.

  • About The Teaching Artist

    Kimberly (Kim) Turner is an artist, designer, jewelry maker and arts educator. The owner of the online store Elizabeth in Pearls, she recently made her way back to the Queen City, from Oakland, California. She'll tell you that for her, creating is like breathing and brings her so much joy! As one of the Gantt's teaching artists Turner has taught our Visualizing Black Art workshop, as well as Fine Art Fridays: Printmaking. Learn more about her work or follow her on social media @elizabethinpearls.

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