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Wearable Mosaics

Presented by Fitton Center for Creative Arts at Fitton Center For Creative Arts, Hamilton OH

Feb 03 2022
Wearable Mosaics

Learn how to create a mini-mosaic pendant, bracelet, or keychain. Cut stained glass and tiles to shape into a one-of-a-kind wearable mosaic. While all supplies are included, students may bring their own tiny beads or tiles to incorporate.

Learn how to create a mini-mosaic pendant, bracelet, or keychain. Cut stained glass and tiles to shape into a one-of-a-kind wearable mosaic. While all supplies are included, students may bring their own tiny beads or tiles to incorporate. One mosaic base is included with the cost of the class.
Age: 13+
Instructor: Lori Kay Farr
$35/members, $45/non-members
Winter Session: Thursday, February 3rd | 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Special Theme: Hearts

ADMISSION INFO

$35/members, $45/non-members

Contact: 513-863-8873 ex:110

Email: frontdesk@fittoncenter.org

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Fitton Center For Creative Arts

101 S Monument Ave , Hamilton, OH 45011

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Info regarding how this event is being affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.:

Due to the current public health conditions and on the advice of the City of Hamilton Health Commissioner, the Fitton Center for Creative Arts will be following the protocols outlined below: ​Masks If you are an adult or youth over the age of 12 who has been vaccinated, masks are optional (unless you are in a space with children.) If you are an adult or youth over the age of 12 who has not been vaccinated, masks are strongly suggested though vaccination status will not be checked. Masks are mandatory for all areas with children. If you are 11 or younger a mask is required at all times while in the building. Social Distancing Social distancing will not be strictly enforced during classes and workshops but we do ask all students to be mindful of one another's personal space. Parents may resume waiting in the lobby during classes (if desired.) ​ We have had outstanding support and advice from the City Health Department throughout the pandemic, which has allowed us to provide summer camps, classes, exhibitions & performances, both inside and outside through the past 2 years. We continue to take their direction in all matters of public health, both in service of our community and to ensure that the Fitton Center is able to fully open for performances and events, later this year. We please ask for your support and assistance in this matter, and we will continue to update the public and our partners regularly as we look to move forward in a positive way.

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