To contact Gika Rector, call 713.213.7643 or send e-mail.

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Felt Great for the Holidays—Woodlands Art League
November 3, 2010

What if we could let go of holiday stress? What if all our unrealistic expectations for the “perfect season” could be transformed into a spirit of celebration that truly expresses who we are and what we value?

Date and time

feltmaking suppliesWednesday, November 3, 2010
6–9 pm

Description

Felt Great for the Holidays is an unconventional workshop that starts with a deceptively simple creative act: you’ll craft one or more felt ornaments or small vessels by wrapping wool around a 3″ plastic ball. Color, texture, soap, and water create an environment of festivity and fun within which we’ll explore anxiety and anticipation, creativity and celebration, fellowship and transformation, improvisation and surprise.

No experience is necessary for this workshop. Just bring a towel, a plastic bag, and your curiosity.

Location

Woodlands Art League
9595 Six Pines, Suite 1370 [MAP]
The Woodlands, TX 77380

Fee

$45

Instructor

A fiber artist for more than 20 years, Gika Rector combines creativity, an education in psychology, and her role as a personal coach to facilitate transformation in individuals and organizations more

How to register

Registration is closed for this event.

Call the Woodlands Art League at 281‑419‑1980.
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November 3, 2010

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