Craft Lake City Workshops
Spark your creativity with a Craft Lake City workshop!
In support of our mission to elevate Utah’s creative community through science, technology and art, Craft Lake City offers DIY workshops taught by some of Utah’s most skilled artisans and STEM professionals. Workshops are now offered in a convenient online format, so you can create anytime, anywhere! In December 2020, Craft Lake City will offer a special live streaming video workshop with florist Pam Olson. Once it is safe to offer in-person experiences, we look forward to bringing our expert makers directly to you in a community setting.
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Live Streaming Video Workshop: Holiday Floral Design with Pamela Olson
Deck the halls by making your own holiday-inspired floral arrangement on Tue., Dec. 15 at 6 p.m. with Craft Lake City! Follow along at home on Zoom as you design a balanced and beautiful bouquet from festive florals. Participants will interact with the instructor in real time, asking questions and getting feedback as they make a merry floral creation. The workshop includes a limited-edition 4″x4″ vase handmade by Mean Mugs Pottery and a supply kit with the florals and greens needed for the project. Kits must be picked up the day of the workshop between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. and participants will need scissors and bypass pruners at home. Click above to reserve your spot today, space is limited! This makes a great gift for the holidays.
Enjoy your favorite Craft Lake City workshops anytime, anywhere with our online workshop series! Engage your creativity, start a new hobby, and get insider tips from talented makers and experts. Perfect for beginners or creatives looking to add a new skill to their maker toolbox. Limited edition supply boxes can be purchased separately for many of the workshops if you don’t have the materials at home.
Craft Lake City and Google Fiber are pleased to present a six-part STEM Kids Online Workshop video series, produced to support Utah elementary schools in their remote learning efforts. We used the state curriculum guidelines for grades 3-5 to guide our selection of topics, focused on activities which can be done at home. Craft Lake City will be releasing a new video each week. Additional support was provided from the Utah STEM Action Center.
Craft Lake City partnered with some of your favorite local artisans to curate fun DIY Kits! Each kit includes the supplies and written instructions to complete a fun, hands-on craft project at home. Some of the kit projects include a felt sloth wall hanging, robot ornaments, concrete planters, and constellations for kids. We’ll also have embroidered keychains and clay jewelry kits coming up soon! Supplies are limited, so get them while you can. Free domestic shipping or curbside pickup included!
The Craft Lake City Academy is a series of professional development workshops designed to educate and support local makers as they build creative businesses. The first virtual class focuses on Building an Online Store, and is taught by two seasoned local creative business owners, Quinell Dixon of Embrogo Brand and Sarah Anderson of City of Industry. Head to the Academy page to start your store today!
As the situation surrounding the novel coronavirus continues to evolve, Craft Lake City would like to affirm our commitment to our creative community. The safety and success of our local makers, volunteers, workshop instructors, event attendees and staff is important to Craft Lake City, and we are carefully monitoring the COVID-19 recommendations with regard to our public programming and future events. At this time, in-person workshops are canceled until further notice. We hope to reschedule them for a later date, and refunds have been provided to all ticket holders.
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, George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, and by the CARES Act and the Utah Legislature through the Utah Division of Arts & Museums.