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Free Workshop #4 – Plastic Bottle Lantern

Date: Saturday, October 3rd.

Time: 6:00 – 7:30 pm

Host: Thaddeus

Clicker her to join: Zoom Workshop If you need to enter the info manually, use [Meeting ID: 870 335 2304] and [Password: luminata]

Materials:

– Plastic bottles
– Gloves (bits can be poky)
– Scissors
– Duct tape (optional)
– Hot glue, depending on design
– Anything to decorate – beads ( or you can hang earrings on it for sparkle), or you could go organic and decorate with leaves pine cones, twigs.
– Some kind of light source (flame less candle, twinkle lights, a real candle if you’re careful)

Free Luminata Workshop #3 – Window Screen Laterns!

Date: Saturday, October 3rd.

Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm

Host: Keoni from Vam Dance Studio (vamstudios.net)

Clicker her to join: Zoom Workshop If you need to enter the info manually, use [Meeting ID: 870 335 2304] and [Password: luminata]

Materials:

– Aluminum window screen scraps
– Gloves (bits can be poky)
– Scissors
– Duct tape (optional)
– Thin wire (wire cutters), or needle & thread, or dental floss
– Hot glue, depending on design
– Anything to decorate – beads ( or you can hang earrings on it for sparkle), or you could go organic and decorate with leaves pine cones, twigs.
– Some kind of light source (flame less candle, twinkle lights, a real candle if you’re careful)

Free Luminata Workshop #2 – September, 28th @6pm

Join us for Josef & Courtney’s Box Lanterns as we experiment with sustainable art using salvaged cardboard, light, and string!

Clicker her to join: Zoom Workshop If you need to enter the info manually, use [Meeting ID: 870 335 2304] and [Password: luminata]

Workshop Hosts
Hosted by Josef and Courtney (joseftecumsehstitts.net/)
Supplies Needed
1. 12 – 3″x6″ cardboard rectangles (there will be time to cut these during the workshop)
2. Scissors, X-Acto Knife, Utility knife, etc.. (to cut carboard)
2. One small reusable light
3. String and stick
4. One hour of your time
Tips:
*Pre decorate your wall pieces with markers, pens or paint
*Pre punch your light holes after you have cut the slits
*Project is fun with friends and family. Each person can show the process or help each other out.
*Have wire or string and a stick available on hand.
*Lighting: headlights, light disc, Christmas lights, solar lights, battery powered tea lights
Disclaimer:
This training will be recorded to be added to the FAC’s YouTube page. The recording will be of the workshop hosts screen, but throughout the workshop we will have participants share their progress. If you do not want to be recorded, please let us know. We will remind everyone during the workshop.