Crave workshops are a celebration of creativity where everyone is inspired to make. Our goal is to support local creatives and build a diverse, inclusive community through intimate, curated events.
TIME TO GET CREATIVE
A friend recently mused "Having a unique experience with other people is the only thing left in our physical world that can't be replicated online. It's the only thing left that’s 'real.'" He was right. We missed the arts and crafts of our childhoods. The relaxed time to play and maybe get a little dirty. The time to hang out outside in the sunshine, time to chat with a stranger, time to make something new. Crave Workshops was born out of craving this type of time and this type of event. It's time to get together the old-fashioned, non digital way: around a lunch table, making things with our hands.
We bring the "creatively curious" together to make something new. Each workshop experience will be crafted to help participants tap into their creative place while rediscovering the fine art of play. We offer different workshops every month, from shibori table linens to marbled onesies. Our goal is to bring people together through a continued commitment to sharing creative experiences. We want our participants to leave at the end of the day, inspired by a new skill, connected with a new friend and fulfilled to bring something beautiful home with them. New workshops are constantly being offered, each in promising interesting participants, great conversation, and a hands-on way to connect with the city's creative side.
We teach the art of Mindful Making, using art to slow down, one craft at a time. The new revolution of 2018 is the maker revolution. Connecting with cultures through craft. Getting away from our tech devices and practicing being in the moment. Slowing down and learning about global traditions in the modern age.
Mindful making teaches us to explore with our intuition. It helps us connect with people of all backgrounds and create unique bonds. Participation is key to active connections and to being present. It is empowering and humbling to pause our busy schedule, spend time together and make something new.