WORKSHOPS AT THE BUNKER

 
 
Electroformed ring by Dara Rosenwasser

Electroformed ring by Dara Rosenwasser

 
 
 
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ELECTROFORMING WORKSHOP
SATURDAY MARCH 10th 1-4PM

In this three-hour class you will discover the potential for producing lightweight metal creations and take away skills for high production in your art & jewelry design practice. Class time will include the step-by-step process of electroforming organic and non-organic materials.  Time will be given to create and construct a finished ring or pendant.

Limit 6 students per class (minimum 4 people)
18 and over please
All Electroforming materials provided (Chemistry, Copper wire, Paint). 

No experience is necessary
$80

Materials required: geode or crystal point bead or gemstone (no larger than 2 inches)

About Dara

 

PAINT & PUFF AT THE BUNKER
SATURDAY MARCH 10TH 6-9PM
SUNDAY MARCH 11TH 1-4PM

We've all seen or been to a sip and paint event and they are awesome but how about trying something new to open your creative mind. Collaborating with Megan's Organic Market and Yes Cocktail Co., The Bunker is holding its first PAINT & PUFF events. Workshops will be taught by resident bunkmate Missy Reitner-Cameron and will include everything you need to relax, get creative and take a painting home. We are offering two of these events the weekend of March 10th-11th so sign up to have a good old time. 

To insure everyones safety you need to either, walk, ride your bike, or uber. Show proof of your transport and get $5 credit the day of the event. 

Limit 10 students per class
21 and over please
We supply: Canvas or panel, paints, brushes, cannabis infused cocktails, snacks and more.

No experience is necessary  
$40

 

SHIBORI DYING WORKSHOP
SUNDAY MARCH 18th 1-4PM

Shibori dyeing is a historic pattern making process that is fun and creates beautiful, dramatic textiles for multiple uses in fashion and home décor. Learn this technique using indigo, a natural blue dye, as we turn 4 white napkins into pieces of art. You will learn 5 tying techniques that create unique patterns, focusing on folded, tied, and clamp resist. You will also learn how to prepare the dye vat, the dyeing process, and how to turn your napkins into other pieces of art such as accent pillows, wall hangings, and framed art.

Limit 8 students per class
18 and over please
4 cloth napkins for each student provided as well as all tying and binding materials and gloves

No experience is necessary  
$60

Feel free to bring up to 2 of your own textile goods to dye as well but please avoid bulky items (towels, linen, bedding, etc.) as vat space is limited. Clothing is a great option. I suggest something white and of cellulose fibers (cotton, linen, rayon, ramie) as these accept the color the best. Please wash any new textiles before attempting to dye.

About Jennifer