Japanese Temari Ball Workshop
with Brian Couch, Thursday, November 16, 6-8:30 PM
Learn the Art of Japanese Temari Balls with artist Brian Couch. Temari is a folk-art form in Japan, originating in China. Temari translates as “hand ball” in Japanese. These beautiful geometric patterned handmade balls can be made with materials found around the house. Historically they were made from old kimonos. Temaris are highly prized gifts that symbolize friendship and loyalty. A perfect gift for this holiday season or to take home. No previous skills are necessary.
When: Thursday, November 16, 6-7 PM
Where: Dayton Society of Artists, 48 High St, Dayton, OH 45403 *free parking available across the street.
Suggested Materials to bring that can be found around your house: old clean socks, plastic grocery bags, plastic soda tops, paper towel centers, dryer lint, paper. Please bring and share with the group.
Fee: A $5 fee covers thread for the workshop and a suggested $10 donation to support future community art programming.
* Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org as seats and materials are limited.
Holiday Glass Ornament Workshop with Studio Regina
Second Saturdays Figure Drawing at the DSA Every Second Saturday of the month there is public figure drawing session with a $5 model fee at the DSA, 9:30 AM- Noon. Drawing instruction for beginners is available for an additional $30 with artist Colleen Kelsey.NOTE: December’s Figure Drawing will be on the Third Saturdays on December 16, 9:30 – Noon