DAY 2 WORKSHOPS / SATURDAY, 14 OCTOBER
The second day is packed with hands-on experiences. Look for more workshops soon!
*Separate tickets are required for workshops and space will be limited.
WORKSHOP / ART DECO TYPE
with keynote speaker Nicholas Misani
Learn the ins and outs of historical lettering design with a focus on Art Deco typography. Popular in the 1920s and 30s, Art Deco embodied glamour, luxury, exuberance, and technology. During this three hour class, Nick will share methods for creating lettering evocative of that time. Topics will include uppercase letterforms, ligatures, scripts, ornamentation, and patterns. All materials included.
Where: SET Creative
WORKSHOP / NAIL ART
with Asa Bree Sieracki of Finger Bang
Her books maybe closed, but she’s willing to share some trade secrets with a look into her process of creating in the most minuscule way. Guests will be treated to a collection of her drawings and other works of art, along with teaching techniques in nail artistry. The workshop is three hours long with all materials included.
WORKSHOP / PORTSMITH TOTE
with Ellie Lum of Klum House
The Workshop— Learn To Sew a Portsmith Waxed Canvas + Leather Tote Bag
No prior sewing experience needed.
Make a durable everyday tote with rugged waxed canvas and timeless leather straps. This beginner-friendly sewing workshop has an amazing pay-off. In just 3 hours, not only will you go home with a tote that you made, you'll also learn indispensable bag sewing tips for handling heavy-weight fabric & learn how to attach leather handles! All materials and instruction included.
WORKSHOP / CAMERA POP-UP BOOK
Make a Functional Camera Pop-Up Book with Kelli Anderson. Transform a flat piece of paper into a functional pinhole camera, while learning how light works. You can then use your camera with photo paper (provided) to take large-format pictures—which you can develop in instant coffee and baking soda.
Kelli Anderson is a designer/paper engineer who uses humble materials to expose invisible forces at play in the world. Obsessed with the transparency and intimacy offered by “lo-fi magic,” she believes that handheld experiences can effectively challenge our expectations about how the larger world works.