Workshops

Artisan | New American Series | STEM

Craft Lake City is proud to host around fifty craft workshops each year. Craft Lake City partners with local venues to provide these in-person crafting opportunities in a variety of fun and atmospheric settings. Take a workshop to perfect a skill, kick-start a new hobby, meet like-minded people and support the local maker movement!

Upcoming Workshops

Gnocchi Making Workshop 

with Ana Valdemoros, owner of Argentina’s Best Empanadas

Tuesday, June 25 2024 – 6:00pm to 8:00pm MST | $42

Square Kitchen 2 | 2435 South State Street South Salt Lake, UT 84115

Join us as we explore Argentina’s tasty Italian import, gnocchi pasta with instructor Ana Valdemoros. Participants will get to learn how to craft three vegetarian-friendly recipes for the pillowy pasta dumplings, using potatoes, beets and spinach to create three vibrant varieties. Workshop attendees will then master new techniques as they mix, cut, fold and cook the gnocchi. The workshop will conclude with attendees enjoying their culinary creations with delicious sauce prepared by Ana. You’ll want to serve gnocchi with every dish after this class!

All supplies provided and beginners welcome! 

Accessibility

Do you have any questions about accessibility, or would you like to request accommodations? If so, please let us know on the workshop ticket registration page, fill our the accessibility form or contact us by emailing info@craftlakecity.com or calling 801-906-8521. Note: While Craft Lake City cannot guarantee that all requests can be met, our team is committed to making reasonable accommodations to ensure that attendees can successfully participate in our programs.

Interested in Teaching a Craft Lake City Workshop?

Click below to submit your request to teach with us or send your ideas to artisancoordinator@craftlakecity.com

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About the New American Workshop Series: With support from the Salt Lake City Arts Council, this workshop series consists of 6 craft classes taught by New American makers from around the world who have made Utah their home.  Whether they be refugees, immigrants or children of immigrants, these instructors will share and teach the process behind their art form while attendees learn of the craft’s cultural significance.

About Craft Lake City STEM Labs: If you’ve been to Craft Lake City’s Annual DIY Fest, you’ve no doubt seen the high-tech offerings in the Google Fiber STEM Building. Now we’re bringing that same energy to year-round workshop programming with STEM Labs! Join us for this series of curiosity-oriented makers workshops aimed at connecting science, technology, engineering & math to our established arts & crafts based programming. STEM Labs are designed to make STEM topics approachable, accessible & empowering to people of all ages and backgrounds.

Craft Lake City’s year-round programming is supported in part by the residents of Salt Lake County through the Zoo, Arts & Parks (ZAP) Program, the Salt Lake City Arts Council, the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, and Utah Arts & Museums, with funding from the State of Utah and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Want to learn more about Craft Lake City? Check out our programming here!