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Etsy Meet & Make: Craft Lab at MCD

Programs for Adults

The Museum of Craft and Design offers a variety of programming for adults, ranging from hands-on workshops to artist lectures to community events.

Through our programs you will engage with leading artists and thinkers in the field of contemporary craft and design.

Please contact us at 415.773.0303 for information about special events and programs.

 

UPCOMING PROGRAMS

Speaker Series: Wendy Maruyama Discussion
January 03, 2015
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Museum of Craft and Design,
2569 Third Street, San Francisco

Free to Members/$10 for Non-Members/$5 for Students
with valid I.D. Registration recommended  TICKETS>>

Join Wendy Maruyama for a talk on her work: past, present, and future. Learn
more about The Tag Project: a collection of 120,000 replicas of the paper
identification tags that internees were forced to wear when they were being
relocated. The tags are grouped into ten sculptural bundles and suspended
from the ceiling, each bundle represents one of the camps. They evoke a
powerful sense of the humiliation endured by the internees and the sheer
numbers of those displaced. Afterwards, don’t miss Maruyama’s post-lecture
book signing, with books available for purchase in the Museum store.

Photo: Wendy Maruyama,Tag Project, full installation view at San Diego State
University. 2012,
Paper, string, and ink. Each approximately 11’ x 2’ in diameter
Photo credit: Kevin J. Miyazaki


Etsy Night at Museum of Craft and Design: Bitters Crafting 
Thursday, January 8 2015
7:00 pm -9:30 pm
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco
$5 for Members/$10 for Non-Members. For adults 21+ TICKETS>>
Is learning how to make bitters on your New Year's Resolution list? Let Quinn Sweeney of LibationLab teach you the art of bitters crafting. Blend a batch to take home in a custom bottle.

 

Speaker Series: Curator talk with Joshua G.Stein and Del Harrow.

Saturday, January 17, 2015
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Museum of Craft and Design,
2569 Third Street, San Francisco
Free to Members/$10 for Non-Members/$5 for Students
with valid I.D. Registration recommended. TICKETS>>

Data Clay: Digital Strategies for Parsing the Earth is the first public exhibition to present the growing movement of architects, artists and designers exploring the medium of ceramics coupled with digital technologies. Don't miss this special opportunity to hear the curators discuss their innovative practices in context with the exhibition.

 


MCD Participates in The Bold Italic’s 3rd Base: Dogpatch Microhood
Thursday, January 29, 2015                   
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco.

The museum of Craft and Design will participate in the 4th Annual 3rd
Base Microhood. This annual mini neighborhood festival focuses on a tiny
sliver of Dogpatch around 3rd and 22nd Street. The Museum will be offering
adult refreshments.

Movie Night at Museum of Craft and Design
Movie tbd
Thursday, February 5                    
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco.

It's fun times at Museum of Craft and Design as we ring in the New Year with staff picks for movie night!



Data Clay Symposium at the California College of the Arts
Saturday, February 7                    
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Join artists, designers, and architects for presentations and discussions
exploring relationships between digital tools and ceramic materials. Presented by CCA Architecture and Fine Arts Divisions in conjunction with the Museum of Craft and Design exhibition Data Clay: Digital Strategies for Parsing the Earth,January 17- April 19,2015. Funding in part from the Graham Foundation and the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design. https://www.cca.edu/dataclay

 

 


Etsy Night at Museum of Craft and Design: Paper Flowers for your
Valentine with Artist Maryann Peper
Thursday, February 12                  
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco.

$5 for Members/$10 for Non-Members. For adults 21+ TICKETS>>
Don’t want to buy your Valentine red roses that will only last a week?
Come make beautiful heart shaped paper flowers with Maryann Peper of
Gabriella Designs. Embellish the petals with paint, stamps and glitter.
This unique and beautiful bouquet will last a lifetime. Enjoy wine and
romantic classic tunes while you craft!
 

Tour of Data Clay: Digital Strategies for Parsing the Earth and Chris
Eckert: Mechanical Parables
Wednesday, February 18             
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Join a lunchtime walkthrough with Ariel Zaccheo for insight into the ceramic
design and digital fabrication of Data Clay and the elaborately constructed
interactive kinetic pieces of Chris Eckert.

 

  
 
Speaker Series: Chris Eckert: Art and Engineering in Chris Eckert:
Mechanical Parables
Thursday, February 19                  
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Talk and tour led by artist Chris Eckert. Discover how Chris uses his training
in mechanical engineering to inspire his artworks. Through viewing his artwork
and hearing a lively discussion, learn how art and engineering both center on
creation.

Adult Workshop at Museum of Craft and Design
Steampunk Sculptures with San Francisco Steampunk Artist
Saturday, March 7                         
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
After touring Chris Eckert: Mechanical Parables for inspiration, make your
own steampunk-styled sculpture with a local San Francisco Steampunk artist.


Etsy Night at MCD
St. Patrick’s Day Celebration: Make a Leafy Spring Wreath
Thursday, March 12                      
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco.

$5 for Members/$10 for Non-Members. For adults 21+
Looking forward to hosting that St. Patrick’s Day party next week but
lacking in festive decorations? Come drink green beer and make a leafy
spring wreath, perfect for the holiday and coming spring!

 

Movie Night at MCD
Movie TBD
Thursday, April 2                           
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco.

 

Etsy Night at Museum of Craft and Design: Earth Day Edition:
Creating Mosaic Tiles
Thursday, April 9                           
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Museum of Craft and Design invites you to honor Earth Day by designing
a mosaic tile using repurposed glass. Recycled glass artist Teddie Hathaway will
also teach you about glass art history!

 

Speaker Series: Hands Off: New Dutch Design at the Confluence of
Technology & Craft: A conversation with guest curator Zahid Sardar
and Dutch Design Artists
Saturday, May 9          
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Hands Off: New Dutch Design at the Confluence of Technology & Craft promotes
Dutch Design and its influence on the global future of contemporary art, craft
and design, including architecture, e-culture, and fashion, among other disciplines.
Explore the exhibition’s innovative works and learn more from guest
curator Zahid Sardar and designers from design hubs across the Netherlands
including Eindhoven, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and Maastricht.


Etsy Night: Origami Blossom and Paper Crane Mobile with Etsy artist
Nancy McNally
Thursday, May 14                         
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco.

$5 for Members/$10 for Non-Members. For adults 21+

In celebration of Asian Heritage Month, create a blossom and paper crane
mobile with artist Nancy McNally.

 

Tour of Hands Off: New Dutch Design at the Confluence of
Technology & Craft
Wednesday, June 10                    
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Join a lunchtime walkthrough with Ariel Zaccheo and learn about how the
20 featured Dutch designers influence the global future of contemporary
art, craft and design, including architecture, e-culture, and fashion.


Etsy Night: Needle Felted Brooches with Etsy artist PJ Church
Thursday, June 11                        
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco.

$5 for Members/$10 for Non-Members. For adults 21+
Looking for something to spiff up your plain t-shirt, dress, backpack, or purse?
Artist PJ Church will teach you how to use cookie cutters and felt to design
your own brooch!

 

Speaker Series at the Museum of Craft and Design
Dutch Design in San Francisco: Mike and Maaike
Thursday, June 18                        
7:00PM - 8:30 PM
The second Speaker Series in conjunction with Hands Off: New Dutch Design at
the Confluence of Technology & Craft: join Maaike Evers and Mike Simonian in
conversation about Dutch Design. Evers, Dutch and Simonian, Californian, are
the brains behind the San Francisco progressive industrial design studio, MikeandMaaike.

 

Etsy Night at Museum of Craft and Design
Screenprinted Coasters with Artist Jen Hewett
Thursday, July 9                            
7:00PM - 9:30 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco.

Whether you’re an iced tea drinker or cold beer sipper, summer is the perfect
time to learn something new that is decorative and functional too. With the
guidance of illustrator, printmaker, and surface designer Jen Hewett, you will
leave Etsy Night with a set of screenprinted coasters.

 

Speaker Series: Dwell on Dutch Design
Thursday, July 16                                      
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco.

The third Speaker Series in conjunction with Hands Off: New Dutch Design at
the Confluence of Technology & Craft joins San Francisco based Dwell magazine
authors as they discuss Dutch Design and its significance in modern architecture.


 

PAST PROGRAMS


Speaker Series: Wendy Maruyama Discussion (Cancelled due to severe weather)
December 11, 2014
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Museum of Craft and Design,
2569 Third Street, San Francisco

Free to Members/$10 for Non-Members/$5 for Students
with valid I.D. Registration recommended 

Join Wendy Maruyama for a talk on her work: past, present, and future. Learn
more about The Tag Project: a collection of 120,000 replicas of the paper
identification tags that internees were forced to wear when they were being
relocated. The tags are grouped into ten sculptural bundles and suspended
from the ceiling, each bundle represents one of the camps. They evoke a
powerful sense of the humiliation endured by the internees and the sheer
numbers of those displaced. Afterwards, don’t miss Maruyama’s post-lecture
book signing, with books available for purchase in the Museum store.

Photo: Wendy Maruyama,Tag Project, full installation view at San Diego State
University. 2012,
Paper, string, and ink. Each approximately 11’ x 2’ in diameter
Photo credit: Kevin J. Miyazaki

Etsy Night: Create LED Holiday Ornaments with GoGoCraft

December 04, 2014
7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco
$5 for Members/$10 for Non-Members. For adults 21+ SOLD OUT!
Learn how to light-up your craft projects with Amelia Strader, founder of GoGoCraft. She will take you step-by-step through the process of making ornaments and adding LED lights to them. Materials, tips, and tricks provided.

Amelia has a lifetime of experience teaching and crafting under her (handmade) belt. She has been knitting and sewing since she could hold a needle. The idea behind GoGo Craft is to remind people that anyone can
create; you don’t need a lot of previous experience or even a lot of money.
Amelia wants her students to feel inspired by what they learn, and to keep
creating after they leave class.


Speaker Series: Wendy Maruyama: Executive Order 9066

December 3, 2014
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Museum of Craft and Design,

2569 Third Street, San Francisco
Free for MCD and NJAHS Members /$10 Non-Members/$5 Students with valid I.D

Presented in partnership with the National Japanese American Historical
Society In conversation with Asa Hanamoto, George Matsumoto, and Robert
Hanamura Moderated by Rosalyn Tonai of NJAHS
 
In this second panel discussion presented by MCD and NJAHS, hear the
stories of Japanese Americans who came out of internment camps to enter
design careers, in architecture and landscape design in particular. Panelists
will discuss how their design sensibilities were impacted by camp life.

Photo: Installation of original trunks and suitcases used by Japanese American
imprisoned as a result of Executive Order 9066. Dimensions variable.
Courtesy of the Japanese American Historical Society of San Diego
Photo credit: Kevin J. Miyazaki

 

Adult Workshop: Creating Mosaic Tiles (will be rescheduled)

December 6, 2014
12pm-2pm
$15 for members, $20 for non-members
Join recycled glass artist Teddie Hathaway for an afternoon of
mosaic making. After a short discussion of glass art history you 
will launch into designing your own tile using repurposed window
glass as a base and shattered glass for color.
As both an artist and environmentalist, what she makes art from is as important as the art she makes. The recycled glass Teddie uses is from oldwindow frames, demolition sites, broken tempered glass from shower or patio doors, and even car windows. Often, she will add scrap steel as structural support. To her, the artwork becomes a reference to our shared
environment.


Speaker Series: Transforming the Ordinary into the Extraordinary
November 20, 2014
Museum of Craft and Design,
2569 Third Street, San Francisco
6:00pm  - 7:30pm
Free for Members/$10 Non-Members/$5 Students with valid I.D
Join us for an artist tour of Metamorphosis: the Transformation
of Everyday Objects. Three California College of the Arts Program
Alums in jewelry/metal arts will discuss their work in conversation
with David Cole, Adjunct Professor of Jewelry Metal Arts at California
College of the Arts. Artists on site for this series are: Emi Grannis,
Curtis Arima and Leslie Sample. View the exhibition and learn how these
artists transformed everyday objects into entirely new objects.

 Photo: Leslie Sample, Carbon Exchange, Courtesy of Artist


Speaker Series: Wendy Maruyama: Executive Order 9066
November 12, 2014
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco

Free for members of MCD and NJAHS /$10 Non-Members/$5 Students with valid I.D
Presented in partnership with the National Japanese American Historical Society (NJAHS) in conversation with Florence Dobashi, Hiroshi Kashiwagi,
and Ron Yoshida. Moderated by Rosalyn Tonai of NJAHS. This panel will
feature a moderated discussion amongst three former Japanese American
internees, and provide insight to the realities of camp life from a historical
perspective.

Photo: Landlocked
Wood, tarpaper, nails, found objects
25.5 x 48 x 3 inches          
2011       
Photo credit: David Harrison


Adult Workshop: Break and Make A Gold Dipped Geode Pendant  
November 8, 2014 
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
$15 members, $20 non-members

Join Etsy artist Katy Atchison for an afternoon of gilded geode pendant making.
Learn how to break open a geode and use the pieces to make a pendant. Explore wire wrapping and gold dipping techniques to transform your geode into a beautiful, unique piece of jewelry.
Katy Atchison is an illustrator, maker, crafter and explorer from San Francisco.
While other kids were attending summer camp & soccer practice, she was
going to craft shows every weekend. She has always had a fascination with
stones and when growing up she would take regular trips to mines while on
vacation. This project is an extension of her love to make things and her
explorations with her family.

 

Tour of Wendy Maruyama: Executive Order 9066 & Amber Cowan: Second-Life Glass
November 5, 2014

12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Museum of Craft and Design,
2569 Third Street, San Francisco

Free with Museum Admission

For this lunchtime tour, learn more about Wendy Maruyama’s Executive
Order 9066, a compelling body of work examining Japanese-American
internment during World War II. Also explore how Amber Cowan “reincarnates”
discarded and up-cycled glassware, transforming it into viscerally sensual work.
Free to the public with regular museum admission.


Speaker Series: Amber Cowan, glass artist

Saturday, October 18, 2014
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco

Free for Members/$10 Non-Members/$5 students with valid I.D

Talk and tour led by artist Amber Cowan. Learn the history and stories behind her work. Cowan will reveal the hidden secrets she places in her work and finish the program with a Q & A session. 

Amber Cowan’s pieces are made by re-working discarded, up-cycled or
unwanted pressed glassware produced by some of the best known, but
now-defunct glass factories in America. Cowan “reincarnates” objects
currently relegated to the aesthetic dustbin of history, telling an honest
story about their past glory and forlorn future.

Generous funding provided by Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass, Dorothy Saxe, Babette and Steven Pinsky, Glass Alliance of Northern California and Clay and Glass Arts Foundation.

 


Etsy Night: Upcycled Embroidered Gift Tags
October 04, 2014
7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco
$5 for Members/$10 for Non-Members. For adults 21+

Join SFEtsy artist Rebecca Saylor to design and create a custom embroidered paper gift tag. Using recycled materials, you will learn to transfer your design to paper and add your personal touch of decorative embroidery.
Rebecca Saylor is owner of OodleBaDoodle, a whimsical line of one-of-a-kind, eco-friendly creations that she designs and creates in her San Francisco studio.


Speaker Series: On The Map: Designing Southeast SF

September 30, 2014
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco

Free for Members/$12 for Non-Members/$6 for students with
valid I.D. Registration recommended

The South East waterfront is a rapidly changing area and the Museum of
Craft and Design is an integral part of its growth. Join us for a lively discussion moderated by Marcel Wilson, Principal of Bionic. Hear from Stanley Saitowitz of Natoma Architects, Inc., Craig Scott and Lisa Iwamoto of
IwamotoScott, Michael Yarne of Build Inc., and Laura Crescimano from
SITELAB, on the development of Dogpatch, from public spaces, to architecture
and housing, infrastructure and transit, to planning and urban design. Enjoy a
visual presentation of current and future design projects in the Dogpatch
neighborhood and beyond.

 

Adult Workshop with artist Joe Brubaker &
The Exquisite Gardeners
September 20, 2014       
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco
$40 for Members of MCD/$50 for Non-Members
Registration required; limited space.


Materials included in workshop fee. Spend an afternoon creating art with Joe Brubaker and some of his Exquisite Gardeners team. In celebration of San Francisco’s love of dogs and MCD’s location in the historic Dogpatch, don’t
miss this opportunity to ornament a hand-made doghouse!
Participants will choose whether to work on their own miniature doghouse,
or to experience Brubaker’s signature collaborative making by working in a
small group on a larger doghouse.

Photo: Caroline Peters

 

Etsy Night: Create Gold Dipped Geode Jewelry

September 11, 2014
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco

$5 for Members/$10 for Non-Members. For adults 21+

Join Etsy artist Katy Atchison for an evening of gilded geode ring making. Choose an agate crystal and learn how to turn it into a beautiful ring with an exquisite dipped gold look! Learn how to bring elements of nature into your work and how to elevate found objects to create beautiful jewelry.

Katy Atchison is an illustrator, maker, crafter and explorer from San Francisco.
While other kids were attending summer camp & soccer practice, she was
going to craft shows every weekend. She has always had a fascination with
stones and when growing up she would take regular trips to mines while on
vacation. This project is an extension of her love to make things and her
explorations with her family.

 

Adult Craft Class: Terrariums

Saturday, September 6, 2014

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Museum of Craft and Design

2569 Third Street, San Francisco

$45 for Members/$50 for Non-Members

Brandi Chalker  leads this fun, hands-on workshop, where you will learn how to design with and care for succulents. You will learn what succulents are, how to take care of them (it's easy!), and how to propagate them. Brandi will demonstrate how to build a terrarium, and you'll get to pick out your succulents and make your very own glass orb terrarium, with plenty of design advice and hands-on help along the way. You'll practically be a terrarium guru by the time you leave!

Speaker Series: Artist Joe Brubaker and The Exquisite Gardeners
The Exquisite Gardeners: The Visible Transparency Project

August 21, 2014       
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street, San Francisco

Free to members of MCD/$10 for Non-Members/$5 for students with valid I.D. Registration recommended

Join us for an interactive talk with artist Joe Brubaker and some members of his
Exquisite Gardeners team. Brubaker has described the Exquisite Garden team
experience as “similar to jazz, where we riff off of each other’s energy and notions,
and fold our individual creative licks into the larger whole of the installation.”
Brubaker and team will discuss the many facets of creative collaboration within
the context of The Exquisite Garden Project, and the aesthetic challenges and
freedoms that accompany working with the reuse of materials. Join Joe Brubaker
after the talk for a signing of his book, “Somnambulists.”

 

Etsy Night: Upcycled Windchimes with The Bold Italic

August 14, 2014
7:00-9:30PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street @ 22nd, San Francisco

$5 for Members/$10 for Non-Members. For adults 21+

Using materials in Joe Brubaker's Exquisite Gardeners project, this workshop will
encourage you to transform a variety of found & handmade materials into unique
pieces of kinetic art. Crafters from all skill-levels are welcome. You'll take home a
one-of-a-kind mobile wind chime for your home or garden.

The Bold Italic is an online magazine and events hub that celebrates the
free-wheeling spirit of city living in San Francisco. We are storytellers,
makers, and surveyors of the urban landscape dedicated to bringing you
unexpected local perspectives.

 

 

Crafted Conversations Series/ Speaker Series: Ehren Tool &
Drew Cameron.  "Conflict/Combat/Craft"

Thursday, August 7, 2014
7:00-8:30PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94107


Free to Members of MCD and ACC/$10 for Non-members/$5 for
students with valid I.D. Registration recommended as space is limited

How can the act of making inform our understanding of the consequences of conflict and war? Potter Ehren Tool and papermaker Drew Cameron, each a veteran of the US Armed Services, use their wartime experience to inform
their participatory art practices. Tool has made and given away more then
14,500 cups, each graphically confronting war and violence, as a means to
initiate meaningful conversations about the experience of conflict. Cameron
is co-founder of the Combat Paper Project, a series of workshops in which
veterans render the fibers of their service uniforms into paper, reclaiming
the material as art expressive of their individual experiences in war. Join
Tool and Cameron for a moderated discussion of their work with ACC director
of education Perry A. Price.

Photo: Ehren Tool, Untitled, 2012; Ceramic; Courtesy of the Artist

 
Ehren Tool is a potter based in Berkley, CA. He received his BFA from the
University of Southern California and MFA University of California, Berkeley
and served in the US Marine Corps from 1989 to 1994.

Drew Cameron is a second-generation hand papermaker based in San
Francisco, CA, where he is a partner in the Shotwell Paper Mill. He has his
degree in Forestry from the University of Vermont and served in the US
Army from 2000 to 2006. He is co-founder of the Combat Paper Project,
facilitating workshops with veterans and the community transforming
military uniforms onto handmade paper, prints, and books since 2007.
 
Sponsored by the Museum of Craft and Design and the American Craft
Council, with the support of the Windgate Charitable Foundation and Grants
for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund.
American Craft Council: www.craftcouncil.org                                            

Photo credit, Combat Paper Project,
Beyond Zero:1914-1918,2014
Courtesy of the Artist

 

Speaker Series: Jennifer Crupi in Conversation with David Cole

Saturday, July 12, 2014
2:00 - 3:30 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street @ 22nd, San Francisco


Free for members/$10 non-members/$5 students  TICKETS >>

Join us for an artist talk and tour of exhibition A Display of Gestures. Artist Jennifer Crupi will discuss her work in conversation with David Cole, Adjunct Professor of Jewelry Metal Arts at California College of the Arts. View the exhibition of approximately 15 handcrafted works of art, and learn how Crupi explores gesture as ornament, creating a physical “prompt” akin to choreography that can be observed and even traced.

Jennifer Crupi is a Full Professor at Kean University, Union, NJ where she
has taught since 1999. Her work is in the permanent collection of the
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C., Museum of
Contemporary Craft, OR and the Samuel Dorskey Museum of Art, NY.

Photo: Jennifer Crupi, Power Gesture.
aluminum, laser Print, acrylic
8" x 8" x 6"

 

Etsy Night: Succulent Cork Magnets

Thursday, July 10, 2014
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street @ 22nd, San Francisco

Join Store Manager Brandi Chalker in making unique cork planters for 
succulents. Add a magnet and it can be stuck to your fridge!                     $10 or $5 for Museum members, includes materials and brew. For adults 21+. Sponsored by Speakeasy Ales & Lagers.


Photo: Courtesy of Brandi Chalker

 

Etsy Night: Hardware Jewelry

Thursday, June 12, 2014
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street @ 22nd, San Francisco

Join artist Fleurette Sevin in making jewelry from durable, accessible, and affordable hardware. Cut, file and bolt your way to a unique piece, and bring home ideas for putting your hardware extras to good use.
$10 or $5 for Museum members, includes materials and brew. For adults 21+. Sponsored by Speakeasy Ales & Lagers.

 

Adult Workshop: Wet Felting with fiber artist Sonya Philip

Saturday, June 7, 2014
2:00 - 5:00 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street @ 22nd, San Francisco

Join Bay Area fiber artist Sonya Philip for an afternoon of wet felting. Craft
a beautiful felt vessel using wool roving, soap, and water. Sonya Philip has always made things. It's the way things were done in her family. Both parents encouraged her to truly look at things and instilled a love for the handmade. As a self-taught artist, she enjoys the freedom of exploring and stretching mediums. This is a beginner craft class for adults 18+. No craft experience or previous Etsy attendance required. Tickets are $50 or $45
for Members.

Registration and cancellation policy: Classes fill on a first-come, first-served basis. If your class is cancelled due to low enrollment, you will be notified within two days of the scheduled class and issued a full refund. If you buy tickets and need to cancel, you must cancel within 7 business days of the
class to receive a full refund. Refunds for cancellations under 7 business days
of the class will only be issued if we are able to fill your spot.

 

Etsy Night: Felting with Beach Stones

Thursday, May 15, 2014
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Museum of Craft and Design
2569 Third Street @ 22nd, San Francisco

Enjoy the fun, tactile experience of combining feather-light wool with smooth, heavy beach stones. Wrapped in wool and hand-worked with a little soap and water, you will quickly create a beautiful furry felted stone ideal as a paper weight, decoration, o