If "Orange is the New Black," then for sure, Re-Purposing is the New Art. From exclusive shops throughout Seattle and Bellevue, re-purposing is highly desired: from doors & windows of centuries old school houses, to church pews re-purposed into exquisite dining sets, taking old and unwanted items and bringing new life into them is beyond 'cool' - its chic!
Instructor: Jina MacKay
Dates: Sundays, Feb 14 thru Feb 25, 2018
(no class on 2.4.18)
Times: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Ages: *16 yrs and older
Sessions: 7 (seven classes every Sunday except on Feb 4th)
Class Fee: $64.00 (under 50 yrs) $57 (over 50 yrs)
Clay Fee: $10 per class - payable to your instructor (a new tab will open)
To sign up, Clicking here - you will be taken to the GHCC Page (a new tab will open)
Repurposing unwanted items (you can call it trash, junk, or whatever you want) is an old art form that has begun to become popular in recent years, as more and more, we see 'junk' that we just know could be used somehow.
This class is about creating something uniquely new and you with multiple items in order to create a single piece of art.
*check with the college rules for details