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BabsonARTS Workshops

Workshops

Explore your creative side and build skills in visual literacy, public speaking, and more. Sign up for workshops and master classes taught by accomplished artists and performers.

BabsonARTS workshops provide opportunities to explore creativity and develop practical skills. Workshops will be primarily in-person and open only to Babson students, faculty, and staff approved to be on campus. To find out if virtual participation is available for a particular workshop email babsonarts@babson.edu.

 
Hygge Inspired Lanterns
with Denning Aaris
Wednesday, February 10, 5:30 P.M.-7:30 P.M.
Weissman Foundry Workroom

Registration is required. Attendance is limited to meet current Covid-related restrictions. Attendees must be approved to be on campus, are required to wear masks, and remain appropriately distanced.

In times of darkness it is important to find the light. This workshop will explore the Danish practice of hygge (pronounced "hoo-gah"), a quality of conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment and well-being, by creating an individual votive lantern.  All materials will be provided. 


Introduction to Paper Quilling Workshop

with Leslie Chiu
Wednesday, February 24, 5:30 P.M.-7:30 P.M.
Weissman Foundry WorkroomRegistration is required. Attendance is limited to meet current Covid-related restrictions. Attendees must be approved to be on campus, are required to wear masks, and remain appropriately distanced.

Learn how to use coiled and shaped paper strips to create a design using this easy to pick up centuries old technique. Quilling can be used to create cards or decorate anything from furniture to candles and other home decorations. You will learn the basic techniques to create different shapes and forms to create a wall art piece or to fuel your own design. All materials will be provided.


Concrete Casting Workshop
with Matthew Hard '16
Wednesday, March 10, 5:30 P.M.-7:30 P.M.
Weissman Foundry Workroom

Registration is required. Attendance is limited to meet current Covid-related restrictions. Attendees must be approved to be on campus, are required to wear masks, and remain appropriately distanced.

Concrete casting is a utilitarian medium that has gained popularity in recent years to create one-of-a-kind works of art. This workshop will focus on the whimsical manipulation of form and function, allowing you to create your own unique masterpiece that also serve everyday needs from a planter to a cheese plate to decorative artwork. All materials will be provided.