Join us for family-friendly virtual art workshops to create three-dimensional dragonflies! We hope you’ll make a dragonfly to contribute to the community art piece at Blakely Hall, as well as one for yourself! Workshops are free thanks to Swedish Issaquah and the Issaquah Arts Commission.
Workshop 1: Make a Dragonfly Using Recycled Materials
On January 16, make beautiful dragonflies out of recycled materials with Issaquah Highlands resident and eco-artist, Aline Bloch! Gather your supplies in advance (download supply list), then join the Zoom call to make a dragonfly step-by-step. All ages are welcome, although children will need assistance.
Drop your dragonfly in the bin outside Blakely Hall by January 31 to be a part of this inspiring community art project!
Workshop 2: Make a Wire Dragonfly
Saturday, January 23
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Register for the Zoom here >
On January 23, Issaquah Highlands resident and art teacher Angela Bizzari of Epic Art will guide you step-by-step to make a beautiful wire dragonfly inspired by the work of American sculptor, Alexander Calder. The project has modifications for all ages! Free kits with all of the supplies you need will be available for pick up at Blakely Hall on Thursday, 1/21 from 5-7 p.m. or Friday, 1/22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Note: A video tutorial will be available after the workshop, so please feel free to pick up a kit to do on your own time if you’re unable to attend the January 23 workshop.
Learn more about the inspiration for this community art project in January 2021 Connections.