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Family Macramé - Wall-Hangings - Child-only 1F22

Create something beautiful, with family!

*This registration is for 1 child only.

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. 

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 levels welcome. Limit 6 students, children 9 & above.

Please provide $10 for materials to the instructor when you arrive.

*This workshop meets outside, in our Canopy Classroom.  Please dress accordingly.


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Verónica Ramírez Martell

Verónica  is a multidisciplinary artist, educator, and arts administrator fascinated by process improvement and focused on human connection. They are currently pursuing a Master’s in Library and Information at Simmons University to weave together their field experience with technical skills. Verónica served as Program Officer for Mass Cultural Council’s Community Initiative, supporting local cultural councils in Berkshire, Plymouth, and Worcester County through coaching, professional development, and capacity building. Prior to that, they worked as a Program Coordinator and taught within the Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts’ School and Community Partnership program, bringing art education to public schools and community centers within the Greater Boston area. During all this time, Verónica continues to teach both children and adults in a variety of topics and crafts with a passion for encouraging enjoyment, confidence, and experimentation in students. Throughout their work, Verónica champions creativity, documentation, and transparency as a method for community capacity-building.

“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 $10 materials fee payable in class to the instructor.