American Inheritance: A Conversation with Edward Larson at the Concord Museum
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Students will learn how to make beautiful wired and bendable autumn leaves out of felt to adorn a table or one’s self. Each student will complete at least 3 leaves.
Fiber arts instructor Elizabeth Stubbs studied art at Boston University, where she earned a BFA in painting. Following graduation, she spent many years as an art teacher at the Winsor School in Boston. Later, she studied illustration at the Art Institute of Boston and became a freelance illustrator. She discovered the ancient art of felt-making during her training to become a Waldorf teacher and has been exploring it for 20 years.
For additional arts classes and workshops for youths, teens, and adults, see TheUmbrellaArts.org/Classes.
COVID-19: Effective August 2, to protect the most vulnerable members of our community, and in keeping with updated CDC guidance, The Umbrella is instituting policies requiring visitors, artists, staff and students to wear a mask in indoor public areas at 40 Stow Street, regardless of vaccination status. Additional updates to health policies will be made on an ongoing basis at TheUmbrellaArts.org/Covid.
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ABOUT THE PROGRAM: 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, professional theater, music, film, visual arts galleries, sculpture exhibits, makerspace, public art and environmental events, artist residencies, and 50+ artists studios.