Plantiful Lunchtimes is a series of short 30-45mins workshops designed to have a break from WFH or daily routine, happening at Micro-Labs in the city. Let’s get our hands dirty and discover the amazing mental wellbeing qualities of gardening and indoor plants!
Paint pouring is lots of fun and so easy to get stunning results whether you are a creative person or not. You might have seen it on flat surfaces and canvases but have you made one on a 3D object? They look even cooler!
In this class we will learn paint pouring techniques on objects and go home with a set of 3 mini paint pour pots.
What will we cover?
- Materials and getting your project started
- How to mix your colours and get the right consistency
- How to work with objects and mix surfaces
- We’ll all get to make a trio of mini pots to take home!
- Wheelchair Accessible Venue
- Gender Neutral Bathroom
- Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
- Quiet spaces
Who will be Teaching?
Maria (she/her) is the general manager of Laneway Learning, a serial crafter and a lifelong learner. She loves to keep her hands busy making crochet blankets, concrete planters, macrame wall hangers and learn new techniques. You can follow her plant addiction in Instagram.
She is passionate about the power of learning new things in a community setting and how positively it can impact our mental health and wellbeing.
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Any other questions or ways we can assist with accessibility? Just shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.