Birch Bark Scissor Sheath
Join artist Karen Tembreull at the Copper Country Community Arts Center in Hancock as she teaches students how to make a birch bark scissor sheath. Learn basic porcupine quill embroidery on birch bark using a Native inspired design. Students will then blanket stitch a sweet grass edging on this functional scissor sheath.
This workshop happens on Saturday, August 24 from 10am-4pm at the Copper Country Community Arts Center located at 126 Quincy Street in Hancock. Register by August 10 for a discounted rate. Deadline to register is August 15. There is an additional supply kit fee due to the instructor upon arrival to the workshop. Call 482-2333 for more information.
Workshop fee: $65 if registered and paid by August 10; after August 10, $75. Deadline to register, August 15.
Materials fee: Kits and patterns are provided by the instructor for $30 each, due upon arrival to the workshop.
Final Friday Demo! Painting with Bernie Park: Glazing Techniques
Join artist Bernie Park at the Copper Country Community Arts Center in Hancock on Friday, August 30 from 5-6pm as he demonstrates how he uses glazing painting techniques to enhance colors, alter mood, and achieve a greater degree of depth on a two dimensional surface.
The Copper Country Community Arts Center is located at 126 Quincy Street in Hancock. There is no fee to attend this demonstration. Please call 482-2333 to RSVP.