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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 four-session course will teach you how to make dyes from food scraps and foraged plants, using extracts and powders to bestow fabric with vibrant colors.

International ikebana (the Japanese art of flower arrangement) teacher Soho Sakai will give an informative presentation and take questions from the audience to help you make stunning bouquets on your own.

The American Buddhist Study Center hosts this hand-sewing workshop, where you'll learn how to cut and sew a traditional cotton yukata.

Tie dye is so last summer. This season, it's all about the Japanese art of Shibori — and this virtual workshop will show you how it's done, from preparing the indigo dye to folding and binding your cloth.

Atlas Obscura presents this miniature class with taxidermist Allis Markam. You'll learn how to source materials and create true-to-life tiny environments and nature scenes.

Rashmi Nandakumar (or @watercolorlibran on Instagram) will teach you how to paint gorgeous flower-filled letters for the most unique handmade card.

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

This monthly online event combines yoga and life drawing for the ultimate pause. Enjoy an hour of yoga followed by an hour of life drawing, all in the name of meditation and playfulness.

Wind down your weekend with The Happy Knitting Group and learn tips, check out other knitters' work, and engage in some good old fashioned conversation with friendly people.

From creating their own books to making art jars with colored sand, kids age 4 to12 will learn to make cool crafts and snacks while learning Italian vocabulary.

One of the most ambitious street art initiatives exists in Northern Manhattan, where nearly 100 murals depict over 125 climate-threatened birds. Take a deeper look with artist interviews and high-resolution photos at this webinar.

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.

Now that travel is finally opening up again, learn a new language with this virtual, beginner-friendly French class. Bonne chance!

Folx outside of the gender binary are invited to this virtual crafting gathering to share their art and socialize others.

You only need a small spray bottle and watercolor paints to try airbrush painting at home. This free class is led by Loc Huynh, a professional artist based in Texas.

Tap into some self-care with this journaling workshop, in which guides will offer prompts and visualizations.

Give yourself the gift of writing in this free afternoon workshop, which invites writers of all levels.

This virtual walking tour explores graffiti and street art all over Brooklyn, from the Bushwick Collective, the largest outdoor street art gallery in the UA, to the Wall of Justice, a new space devoted to a powerful art movement.

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

Try your hand at making coiled baskets from reclaimed fiber as a way to explore craft as a container for memory. You can use and explore reclaimed fabric, like old clothes or blankets.

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.

Do you remember a time or place you miss or love most but have been disconnected from? There is a sense of longing for what once was, and during this workshop, artist Jeanette Ricasio shows us how to relate art to bringing us back to that time or place.

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.

In this workshop, learn about the four major types of essays, then focus on one of them: the expository essay.

Virtually roam the "birthplace of street art" with a NYC-based art historian at this informative showcase of the city's most stunning public art.

Finding yourself hypnotized by resin pouring videos on Instagram? Take the craft into your own hands at this virtual resin workshop, where you'll learn to make a beach-themed charcuterie board.

Join Aerie and Cat Lantigua for a free guided journaling session, backed by smooth jazz and good vibes.

All you need is a needle and thread for this inclusive, beginner-friendly visible mending workshop, where you'll learn how to darn knitwear to make your favorite socks and sweaters as good as new.

Explore the history of female botanists and artists, then learn watercolor techniques that will help you create your own botanical paintings at this pay-what-you-can virtual class.

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.