2 – 4pm / £25 each
A workshop exploring and learning how to create a dream catcher, as well as introducing the meanings behind this beautiful and iconic artwork from the native American tribe, Huichol, from the North of Mexico.
We will have an introduction on the history of the dream catcher and how to make the structure with visual images and examples. Followed by some time to prepare materials and tools and you will be able to select your ideas and choose your coloured threads. You will then knit your own dream catcher, developing your skills as well as enjoying a relaxing therapy for the mind, connecting energy in these creative dream catchers.
Lupe Velazquez is an artist and designer, creating a variety of visual art and designs with an interest in organic shapes, colours and futuristic styles.
We commit to the safety of all our participants and staff working at Yeovil Art Space. Although wearing a face covering is not compulsory, we recommend all participants to keep a 1m distance between each other and use the hand sanitiser provided. Tutors will be wearing a mask if closer distance is required to provide instructions or help. We have risk assessments in place should you require them. Please bring a bottle of water or drink with you.
[Terms and Conditions]
- Each workshop is for 16 and above, under 16s must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
- You can book as an individual or ‘Make it together’, an offer for a group of 2 family or friends to make one item together.
- 50% off for those who have received universal credit or to full-time students, 2 places only for each workshop, first come first served.
- Workshop takes place on the 1st floor, if you require wheelchair access or have difficulties to climb stairs, please let us know so we can make arrangements.
- 50% refund 14 days before the workshop date. Transfer to other workshop is possible if you cancel 7 days before the workshop date.
- Full refund if YAS cancels the workshop due to insufficient sign up.