Events for Classes & Workshops

Art Workshops for Adults (Ages 16+) - Cermaic Wind Chimes

Date: Saturday, June 2 & 9 $75 Includes all materials Time: 1pm - 3pm • Ages 16+ Instructor: Vickie Morgan Create your own ceramic chimes using clay, beads, paint and metal, just in time for the warmer summer weather. Class will meet day 1 to work with clay slab and texture pieces, day 2 to paint and assemble into fun and whimsical hand made chimes for your patio, deck or yard. Artist Bio Vickie Morgan graduated with a BFA from the University of Utah and a Master's degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she studied art therapy and studio art. She is a practicing art therapist and arts educator. She has practice using a range of 2D and 3D materials in both settings. Vickie enjoys providing opportunities to people of all ages and walks of life to exercise their creativity. If you have any questions please visit our website at https://www.baddogarts.org/spring-adult-studio-2018.html, call us at 801-322-3816 or email us at programs@baddogarts.org.


Art Workshops for Adults (Ages 16+) - Cermaic Wind Chimes

Date: Saturday, June 2 & 9 $75 Includes all materials Time: 1pm - 3pm • Ages 16+ Instructor: Vickie Morgan Create your own ceramic chimes using clay, beads, paint and metal, just in time for the warmer summer weather. Class will meet day 1 to work with clay slab and texture pieces, day 2 to paint and assemble into fun and whimsical hand made chimes for your patio, deck or yard. Artist Bio Vickie Morgan graduated with a BFA from the University of Utah and a Master's degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she studied art therapy and studio art. She is a practicing art therapist and arts educator. She has practice using a range of 2D and 3D materials in both settings. Vickie enjoys providing opportunities to people of all ages and walks of life to exercise their creativity. If you have any questions please visit our website at https://www.baddogarts.org/spring-adult-studio-2018.html, call us at 801-322-3816 or email us at programs@baddogarts.org.


Spring Into Books

Spring into Books is a premier local author showcase, complete with book signings and mini workshops. Join us for this free event at the Viridian Center in West Jordan, Utah to meet your favorite local authors and find your next favorite book. Special guests Josi S. Kilpack and Wendy Knight will be joined by more than 50 other authors signing books. Spring into Books is sponsored by The League of Utah Writers, Salt Lake County Library Services, and The West Jordan Art Council. Since 1935, The League of Utah Writers has been a nonprofit organization supporting aspiring writers of all ages, styles, and experience. It offers outreach, education, contests, conferences, classes, and other events. With more than two dozen chapters throughout Utah, from Logan to St. George, it is the state’s oldest and largest writing community. Find out more about other activities at leagueofutahwriters.com


Craft Lake City Presents: Custom Lipstick Workshop with Natalie Parkin

Craft your own custom lipstick in this hands-on workshop led by Craft Lake City advisory board member and beauty expert Natalie Parkin! Since 2005, Natalie has been the owner of Skinworks School of Advanced Skincare, where aspiring estheticians receive rigorous training to succeed in the spa treatment and skincare industry. In this Craft Lake City workshop, attendees will have the opportunity to create two signature lipsticks in the shade and fragrance of their choice.


2018 Writers@Work Generative Conference

Join us for the 2018 Writers@Work Generative Conference in Alta, Utah, June 6-10, 2018. Choose one of three intensive workshops, conducted by our award-winning faculty. The conference is held at Alta Lodge, an intimate setting in the breath-taking Wasatch Mountains, where writers of all backgrounds gather to share ideas, craft, and fine writing. In addition to daily generative workshops, there are panel discussions, open mic, free evening readings open to the public, and the opportunity for a one-on-one meeting with an agent or visiting writer. Workshops: Small, intensive workshops, limited to 16 participants, are led by expert, award-winning writers/teachers in fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry from 9:00 am to noon and 1:15 to 2:15 pm on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Readings by distinguished faculty and competition winners will be held Thursday and Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. and are free and open to the public! Open mic sessions for attendees take place after lunch on Friday and Saturday. Consultations A consultation is a 30-minute meeting with an editor or visiting writer who has pre-read a submitted manuscript of no more than 5,000 words. The manuscript must be double-spaced, 12-point font, and uploaded as a .doc or .pdf file to Submittable. No hard-copy manuscripts will be accepted. Consultation times are limited and assigned on a first-come/first-served basis. Consultations are optional and not required for Conference attendance. **If you are not registered for the conference, you may register for a consultation with the agent or visiting writer of your choice for $50. Please contact Jennifer@writersatwork.org to schedule.


Open Studio for Adults: Sumi-e Ink Painting

Explore the diverse styles of printmaking and painting in Chiura Obata: An American Modern. Then drop into the UMFA classroom to try your hand at sumi-e— a Japanese technique of black ink painting that emphasizes the beauty of each individual brushstroke.


Bicycling Basics 6 of 16 - Rules of the Road & Group Ride

Join us for any or all events in this series to learn skills that will make you safer and more confident to deal with whatever happens during your ride. This week...Rules of the Road This topic may not sound as sexy as others, but knowing the rules of the road helps to keep everyone safe. Who has the right of way? Where should you be in the lane? Which rules apply to both motorists and cyclists? All things you need to know. We'll also take a group ride. So bring your bike and helmet! BONUS! Cottonwood Cyclery is offering 15% off storewide, including sale items, this evening only. IMPORTANT...We are not about racing, pace lines or lycra! We want EVERYONE to be riding bicycles.


Craft Lake City and West Elm Present: Terrarium Workshop

In this hands-on workshop with DIY Festival alumna Karen Evans of Sporophyte, participants will learn how to build a mini ecosystem in a small glass vessel. Each attendee will discover tips and tricks about the best soil and plants to use, how to correctly build a strong foundation for your terrarium, and best practices for caring for your stylish living creation.


CLC and NHMU Present: Collagraph Print Workshop with The Hex Press

This NHMU Craft Workshop, presented by Craft Lake City, will be taught by local printmaker Anna Hansen of The Hex Press. Hansen will discuss the history of collagraphy and guide participants through the steps of making their own collagraph prints. Attendees will learn how to create different textures and patterns by adhering leaves, flowers, and other natural items to the surface of a block. Then, Hansen will assist participants in applying water-based ink and using a mobile press to create one-of-a-kind collagraph prints of their own design. Anna Hansen is the talented artisan behind The Hex Press, a small but mighty mobile printmaking endeavor. Her team travels with a mobile press and linoleum blocks, printing on demand at public events to create clothing, tote bags, journals, limited edition prints and more. Hansen enjoys teaching the art of printmaking through workshops and classes for curious makers of all ages.


Craft Lake City and The Gateway Present: Craft Beer Cocktail Workshop with Kiitos Brewing

Craft Lake City and The Gateway are pleased to present the Spring 2018 Craft Cocktail Workshop Series! The June 13 workshop highlights local Kiitos Brewing, a local microbrewery producing uniquely crafted beers with an emphasis on the conservation of resources. After enjoying delicious beer samples, attendees will learn about the process for making a Hops and Chamomile Simple Syrup for tasty beer cocktails. The workshop will conclude with attendees crafting their very own custom dessert drinks featuring Kiito’s Coffee Cream Ale. Pre-registration required, must be 21 or older to participate. Registration for each individual craft cocktail workshop is $55. Small bites will be provided. The craft cocktail workshops will be held at The Gateway in a space directly next to The Buckle store at 133 South Rio Grande Street, on the south end lower level of The Gateway. For parking options (not included in ticket price) please visit shopthegateway.com/visit-the-gateway/parking. Register today at craftlakecity.com/workshops.