With Tina Lassiter
- Thursday, July 26 & August 2, 6-8:30pm
An empty vessel is full of possibilities, has healing energy swirling within, and can contain spiritual messages. Join Tina Lassiter, artist/writer/photographer, who sculpted over 60 paper bowls that took her on a journey to find all that lies within a simple cylindrical container. In this interactive workshop, you will delve into the healing power of the vessel, explore the cultural meaning and use of a bowl, and, of course, make your own!
No artistic talent or experience required. All materials included. Please bring a snack.
This program is open to everyone. Registration is required.
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