Family Macramé - Giftable Crafts 2F22
Create something beautiful, with family!
This workshop offers you the opportunity to create alongside a youthful artisan in your life. Work collaboratively with your child, grandchild, younger sibling or other as the instructor teaches you the basics of macrame. Make a unique, handmade gift, just in time for the holidays!
You'll learn how to use various knotting techniques, how to add beads, mix colors and choose types of ropes and cords that will allow you to design, create and experiment with your own style. By the end of the workshop, you'll create your own decorative macrame wall-hanging.
All experience-levels welcome.
Limit 10 students, children 9 & above.
*Tuition includes registration for 1 Adult & 1 Child. Please specify your companion's name during registration.
Please provide $25 for materials to the instructor when you arrive.
Want to attend with more than 1 child? Contact us for additional registrants.
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Verónica Ramírez Martell
Verónica Ramírez Martell worked for four years as Program Coordinator for the Eliot School & Community Partnership Program, and taught through that program in schools and community centers throughout the city. She currently works for the Mass Cultural Council supporting local cultural councils throughout the state.
Earlier, she spent past two years with AmeriCorps at Care Force (Boston) and City Year (Orlando FL). She worked as Art Therapy Coordinator for Taller Social Comunitario (San Juan PR), and as a Workshop Assistant and volunteer with Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico and with Girl Scouts Caríbe (San Juan PR). She was a Community Leaders Fellow with JP New Economy Transition in 2014-15.
Verónica studied Psychology at University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras.
“I love bringing art to students because it provides a respite from purely academic work. It’s an opportunity for them to create something of their own, on their own terms, and decide for themselves what the outcome will be. Looking at a blank piece of paper or a block of wood and being able to spark a student’s imagination into what it could be and, even better, guiding them to the process of seeing that dream through, is wonderfully inspiring.”
Woodworking, Photography, Fiber Arts, Visual Arts
Materials to bring to class:
There is a $25 materials fee payable in class to the instructor.