Ages 13 – adult
Tuesdays 12:00 – 1:00pm
This upcycling class is for anyone who wants to recycle everything, who wants to cut back on costs for home or gifts, or who wants to make more than just another art piece on the wall or the fridge. In this class we will take everyday items that often end up in the trash and give them a new life as art that also has practical applications in the home. This class is not just about transforming objects while in the classroom, but it is about developing the creative thinking skills to look at all the objects in our lives and transform them into other useful and wonderful things.
- Session: 10 weeks (March 27 – May 29, 2018) Spring session cancelled – check back soon for summer session dates!
- Class Size: Minimum of 5 students required to run the class; no more than 15 students enrolled.
- More Information: Most of the materials for this class will be provided by the instructor.
- Individual Session Topics:
- March 27 – T-shirt Bags (students bring scissors)
- April 3 – Bathtub paint + taweshis (students bring a jar WITH LID or 50¢)
- April 10 – Playdough Soap (students bring a Ziploc bag)
- April 17 – Vases / Glasses Decorating (students bring CLEAR vase or drinking glass or $1)
- April 24 – Gift Box TP + Gift Tag (students bring a toilet paper roll)
- May 1 – Hair Clips / Yarn (students bring scissors and yarn or $1)
- May 8 – Magnetic Poetry / Words (students bring old magnets or $1)
- May 15 – Altered Books / Journal (students bring book / journal)
- May 22 – Salt Scrub (student bring jar WITH LID or 50¢)
- May 29 – Tile Coasters (students bring a small paper copy of a picture of someone or a pet)
- How to Register: Please email email@example.com with “Artcycling” in the subject line. Registration will be confirmed via email. Tuition is due on or before the start of the class session when paying for 10 weeks, and at the start of class when dropping in.
About the Instructor: Jessy Yarbrough
Born and raised overseas with a French mother and an American father, Jessy Yarbrough has lived in many countries. She feels lucky to have been exposed to many different cultures and people who have influenced her life choices. Originally from Provence, Jessy lived in a small village where she was taught how to make everything needed for daily life, from breakfast to toothpaste and everything in between. She has adapted these skills to contemporary life in the United States while tapping into her own creative art aesthetic.