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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.

Discover the intricate wonders of this ancient art, with multi-disciplinary craftsman Hamza El Fasiki in a three-part Vacations With An Artist series for all skill levels, celebrating Morocco's rich history and traditions.

Let a professional florist teach you how to make a living succulent wreath at this springtime DIY class.

Learn to make small scented sachets with needle-felted designs that can be heated or chilled to soothe achy muscles. This class is totally beginner-friendly — no sewing experience needed.

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!

In this masterclass, Jessica Chiccehitto Hindman guides writers through the process of distancing ourselves from our memories and experiences as a way of cultivating the work.

Create 100 fast-paced figure drawings from life in just two hours, encouraging to you "let go" and celebrate what you're capable of. This free workshop by School of Visual Arts is open to artists and beginners of all levels.

You don't need a huge backyard to start composting. Learn how to keep your food waste out of the landfill at this free "Composting 101" workshop.

Grab a cocktail and some canvases for this virtual art workshop, in which participants explore self-expression through a creation of their choice.

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.

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.

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.

Part of Baltimore's ASIA NORTH festival, this free workshop will help you tell your story, via both visual and written media. Learn research techniques, drawing tricks, creative writing advice, and more, from artist Margaret Huey.

These classic ornamental tea ceremony sweets from Japan look stunning, but are so easy to make. Supplies are included in the price and will be mailed to your home.

Add some pizazz to your boring face masks with the help of this tie dyeing class, which takes inspiration from a Japanese dyeing technique that involves twisting and bunching fabric to create incredible patterns.

How do artists develop ideas? Does creativity spontaneously happen or is there a method to inspiration and invention? Join us in exploring art history, idea development, and creative process.

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.

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.

Learn to create a macrame drink holder for your upcoming beach trip or poolside afternoon. Gather your own materials, or purchase the perfect cord lengths as an add-on to your ticket.

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.

Join the London Art Salon in unveiling the mystique of contemporary art. How has the topic of climate change and environmentalism impacted artists’ work? And when did dynamic, busy pieces begin to share popularity with the contrasting style of minimalism?

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.

Start with simple shapes and turn them into something magnificent with this class that will teach you all about lines, patterns, and the art of doodling.

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

Learn to twist copper, brass, or silver wire with tumbled or raw crystals to create a stunning, "wearable art"-style bralette.

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.

How is a simple reed turned into a 3D woven object? Learn how (and make one of your own) at this three-hour workshop with a guest educator from a Mexico City-based textile arts studio.

Create your own little wire bird sculpture with only a pair of needle nose pliers in this live demo led by Zack Mclaughlin of Paper & Wood.

Even beginner artists can learn how to paint stylistic watercolor florals on postcards at this step-by-step workshop. Give them to a loved one, or send them to care home addresses provided by the instructor. 10% of the proceeds will be donated to Stop AAPI Hate.

How did secondhand clothing go from an economic necessity to a modern fashion statement? A fashion historian guides you through the industrial revolution and today's high-end vintage market in a stunning virtual "visualecture."

America's national parks offer some of the most stunning sights in the world, so make the most of your landscape and nighttime photographs with tips from this class.

Celebrated nonfiction writers Lee Martin and Dinty W. Moore discuss Martin's latest memoir "Gone the Hard Road."