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Craft Class: Acts of Kindness Class

$120.00

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    • OVERVIEW
      • Does your crafter want to use their crafting skills to make someone else's day? Then this is the camp session for you. Using our Arts and Crafts Supply Library, art instructor Ms. Joslyn will virtually teach campers three different Acts of Kindness crafts that they can gift to a friend. Class is three 1-hour sessions over a three week period using supplies found in your Arts and Crafts Supply Library.
      • After purchase, you will receive a confirmation of your order. Items will be shipped and will arrive before camp begins. 72 hours before your first class, you will receive Zoom login details and additional instructions about your Craft Class.
      • Final Purchase. No refunds or exchanges. 
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    • DETAILS
      • Technological device needed to connect with class via Zoom
      • Makes a great gift
      • Age recommendation: 6-10. Kids under age 6 may join, but may need some adult assistance.
    • INCLUDES
      • Arts and Crafts Supply Craft Library (Retail Value $29.99)
      • Three one-hour craft classes
    • DATES & TIMES
      • Fall Session 1
      • Friday, August 21 at 9:00am-10:00am CST
      • Friday, August 28 at 9:00am-10:00am CST
      • Friday, September 4 at 9:00am-10:00am CST
      • Fall Session 2
      • Tuesday, September 8 at 3:30pm-4:30pm CST
      • Tuesday, September 15 at 3:30pm-4:30pm CST
      • Tuesday, September 22 at 3:30pm-4:30pm CST
  • ABOUT THE TEACHER
    • Joslyn Villalpando is a working artist and art educator in Chicago. After studying fine art and art education at the University of Cincinnati, she spent 7 years teaching elementary art. While teaching, she completed her master's degree at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), studying the impact of craft and fiber art on art education. Her small research group of young participants grew into a little community while learning to weave, sew, embroider, and dye; sharing the stories, memories, thoughts, and ideas that arise when creating together.