The Craft & Folk Art Museum offers a variety of workshops and classes, art talks, readings, and participatory projects for all ages. View our chronological list of events.
Marvelous marbling! Experiment with wondrous inks, paint, and paper for a special workshop on basic techniques of marbling paper. Leave with a colorful paper creation bound to marvel all!
Join in YBLA’s monthly meeting to find out what your local guerrilla knitters are up to, share projects you’re working on, and good conversation. All skill levels are welcome and encouraged!
More information: www.yarnbombinglosangeles.com
Tiny House Pre-Build Party
Meet Derek Diedricksen and learn about his innovative design approach as he brings his unique Tiny House Project to LA for the first time at the Craft & Folk Art Museum (CAFAM). The Launch Party features a book signing and talk with Diedricksen and guest micro-builders Michelle Boyd, Dustin Diedricksen, Andrew Odom, Marty Skrelunas, and Jedidiah Voltz. Builder Palo Coleman will demonstrate Shou Sugi Ban, a Japanese technique of protecting wood by charring it with fire and designer Dustin Diedricksen will present a live framing demonstration. There will also be a screening of the documentary We the Tiny House People (2012). Food, cash bar and other surprises to come!
Tiny House Raffle & Reception
Celebrate and make new friends as we present the raffle winner of the tiny house constructed by Deidricksen. Entertainment will be provided by Dublab, beer sponsored by Angel City Brewing, food, fun and more!
Purchase raffle tickets to win your own tiny house built on-site at CAFAM by Deidricksen and his team. The house will be a fully portable, solar, micro cabin approx. 10' by 7' inside and made of unconventional materials. Winner of the tiny house will be announced at the Tiny House Party on March 18, 2017. Winner is responsible for transporting the house from the museum.
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First Thursday nights from 7:00pm-9pm
For the whole family on the second Sunday from 1:30-3:30pm