Arabic calligraphy, Zentangle®, bath products and more at Create & Make

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Fall 2017 Create and Make Workshop Registration Now Open!

Join the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council on Wednesdays this fall to explore new artistic mediums and techniques in five exciting workshops led by professional, local artists.

Workshops are $35 each (or $150 for all five) and are held from 6:30 – 8:30pm in the Cromwell Room of the Shoreline Center, 18560 1st Ave NE, 98155. All materials are provided, all you need to bring is your imaginative spirit!

The series kicks off on Wednesday, September 13th with Intro to Zentangle®
Zentangle® is an easy way of creating beautiful images by drawing structured patterns called tangles. It is a proven method to promote mindfulness and fosters self-esteem, focus, relaxation, creativity, and stress relief.

Then, come on back for more:

Printmaking: Monotypes – September 27

Arabic calligraphy
Create a unique print using the technique of printing monotypes. Prints will be made by painting on plexiglass using ink or oil.

Sugar Skull Inspired Paper Quilling – October 11

Create a paper quilling by using rolling and curling paper techniques inspired by the decorative sugar skulls of Dia de Muertos. 

Arabic Calligraphy – October 25

Arabic calligraphy is more than ten centuries old. Come learn the bare bone basics and beauty of the Arabic alphabet along with several words.

Bath Products: Soap, Salts and Fizzies – November 15

This workshop focuses on easy hands-on creations of bath products. Create three kinds of items: a melt and pour soap, bath salts, and a bath bomb fizzie. Perfect for the gift giving season!

Interested in attending all of the workshops? Then don’t miss out:
Get the Season’s Pass for only $150 to access all five workshops and save money at the same time!

Got questions? More info is available on the Arts Council’s website.

Or feel free to email or call the Arts Council’s office at 206-417-4645

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts.


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