American Inheritance: A Conversation with Edward Larson at the Concord Museum
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Using both wet and dry felt making techniques, we will create a beautiful landscape inspired by the nature that surrounds us. Taking place over two mornings, this workshop is suitable for beginners as well as those with previous felt making experience.
***PLEASE NOTE: This is an online class.***
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ABOUT THE UMBRELLA
The Umbrella is a multifunction, nonprofit regional arts center dedicated to enriching lives and building a vibrant and inclusive creative community in historic Concord/Greater Boston-Metrowest. Its programs encompass arts education classes and summer camps, theater, music, film, visual arts galleries, sculpture exhibits, makerspace, public art and environmental events, and 50+ artists studios.