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Do-It-Yourself: Online Arts and Crafts Workshops, Classes, and Events
Do-It-Yourself: Online Arts and Crafts Workshops, Classes, and Events
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Being stuck at home means that you have more time to learn a new skill, polish old ones,or start a project you might finally be able to finish. Order some supplies online and get to work developing new skills and hobbies that will stay with you forever. You might even find a sense of community online, too.
Do-It-Yourself: Online Arts and Crafts Workshops, Classes, and Events
Do-It-Yourself: Online Arts and Crafts Workshops, Classes, and Events
Do-It-Yourself: Online Arts and Crafts Workshops, Classes, and Events
Do-It-Yourself: Online Arts and Crafts Workshops, Classes, and Events
Collection by Eventbrite
Being stuck at home means that you have more time to learn a new skill, polish old ones,or start a project you might finally be able to finish. Order some supplies online and get to work developing new skills and hobbies that will stay with you forever. You might even find a sense of community online, too.
Being stuck at home means that you have more time to learn a new skill, polish old ones,or start a project you might finally be able to finish. Order some supplies online and get to work developing new skills and hobbies that will stay with you forever. You might even find a sense of community online, too.

This low-key happy hour craft class by CraftJam will guide you through painting four portraits of your favorite female figures on wooden medallions, perfect for decorating your home or gifting to a friend.

Writing coach Jenelle Wohlberg leads this workshop, in which she guides participants in how to mine their stories and share them with others.

You don't need to be born with a green thumb to create a jungle inside your apartment. After this free houseplant workshop, you'll be able to jump effortlessly into the world of indoor greenery, no matter how much light you have.

Recording your family history can be more than simply writing it down. Over the course of six weeks, this cartooning class will teach you the foundations of cartooning while displaying your own family's narratives.

Take an hour out of your day to work on fiction writing, then follow it up with a group discussion with other writers.

Learn how to make your photographic isolation creations pop at this free photography class, where a professional NYC-based photographer takes you through real-time edits on a photo of your choice.

Ringwood Publishing hosts this discussion, in which we'll learn more about what drives us to tell our stories — and about the impact our stories can have on the world around us.

Join the NYU Center For The Humanities for this installment of Writing Matters, a discussion surrounding the art of memoir.

Come together with other people outside the gender binary to socialize, support each other, and join in fun crafts projects. All art forms are welcomed including coloring, origami, knitting, building puppets, painting, and more!

Join Anthropologie and a London-based painter for this free painting workshop, where you'll learn how to express feelings and thoughts through color, shape, and landscape.

Grab some paper, pencils, and your favorite pinot for this virtual happy hour, which invites artists from around the globe to conversate and create.

Every first Friday of the month in 2021, this safe, inclusive, virtual space will open up for creators of all backgrounds to craft together. Join in on the theme, or bring any creative project you're working on.

Meditate, make art, write poetry, and connect your mind and spirit in balance. This workshop is open to everyone, whether you've ever made art or not. You'll leave with new tools of wellness.

Encourage young writers ages 9 to 14 with a writing program by hosted by the esteemed Children's Art Foundation, founders of Stone Soup magazine.

Join Professor Lear and Edith de Belleville as they bring the women of Impressionism out of the shadows, not just as muses but artists. They challenged a patriarchal society with brushes and paint — and left their mark on art history.

Draw live costumed models (think: fantastical mermaids and cheeky burlesque dancers) while socializing from your home at these weekly three-hour drawing sessions.

Let your creativity guide you to your personal zen at Art Church, a silent art-making group designed to help you find inner peace, no matter your religious beliefs.

Join memoir master Marion Roach Smith for this 90-minute webinar, in which she breaks down the basics to jumpstarting — and maintaining — your own writing projects.

Whether you're an urban dweller looking to get into local wildlife photography or you live in the woods and want to step up your game, join a conservation wildlife photographer for a class for photographers of all levels.

You'll leave with a coaster for your drink at this happy hour craft class for beginners. All you need is yarn and a crochet hook. No experience needed.

Find out all about the calligraphers who create menus, place cards, and envelopes for all kinds of White House functions, like dinners, galas, and parties.

A panel of industry thought-leaders will discuss the eco-friendly practices in design and architecture.

Instead of pulling your mask down onto your chin or hanging it off an ear, why not make a mask chain? Learn the basics of jewelry making at this two hour workshop, which will leave you with a mask chain you can also use for your sunglasses.

Two DC artists lead an online crafting workshop where you'll learn the basics of needle felting to create a 3D cherry blossom out of wool.

American women artists are often dismissed for painting domestic, conventional art. But many of them, like Mary Cassatt and Cecilia Beaux, layer secretly complex themes behind their pieces. Learn how they subvert the status quo at this art historian-led lecture.

Tucked away in NYC's garment district lives a fourth-generation fabric flower shop that supplies blossoms for A-listers and couture runways alike. Explore the last custom flower maker in NYC at this unique virtual experience.

Join London Drawing Group and step inside the world of botany. Explore the history of the heroic women artists, explorers, and scientists that helped forge the way that we see the world around us — and try your hand at your own botanical sketches and watercolors.

Join others the first Wednesday of each month to sooth the spirit with color, express and integrate feelings with form, and enjoy art-making for wellness.

Use pampas grass, fan palms, and more to create a seasonal springtime wreath at this happy hour craft class for beginners. Purchase a kit with your ticket and receive all supplies on your doorstep.

Learn how to turn your outdoor space into a bird-friendly habitat with native plants and thoughtful landscaping at this free workshop.