Talks on Craft & Creativity

Making Hats! Artisan's Talk

A talk with Denise Wallace-Spriggs, Huntington Theatre costumier and Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts millinery instructor 

Sunday, April 15, 2018, 3pm
at Loring-Greenough House, 20 South Street, Jamaica Plain
Suggested $5 donation

Eventbrite - Making Hats! Artisan's Talk

Huntington Theatre costumier and Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts millinery instructor Denise Wallace-Spriggs talks about making hats for theater and fashion, and shows examples of her charming craft. Afterward, walk together across the street to Salmagundi for a special visit to this premiere hat shop and their hidden hat-making workshop. Part of Boston Design Week.

Please consider a donation of $5 or more to help defray the cost of this and other Eliot School events.

 

 

 


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