Holly Jolly Holidays with Recycled Decorations

  • Sunday, December 05, 2021
  • 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Silk Purse Art Centre
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Registration

  • Workshop will be in person. Workshop participants will be required to wear a mask & produce proof of vaccination.

    Please be aware that Youth tickets must be purchased separately from Member and Non-Member tickets. When you choose to add guests onto a Member or Non-Member ticket they will pay the same price that you pay.

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Levels: All
Ages: 
12 to Adult

Join Kirith Bains in making sustainable decorations that will last you years and not fill up the landfills! Create unique individual ornaments out of metal, re-used single use plastics and fabric, all while having fun! Metals are 100% recyclable while plastics are not which is why it's important to cut down on single use plastics or find a way to continue using them. Most fabric is recyclable but more often than not it ends up in landfills. 

Instead of buying decorations make them with your friends and family. This is family friendly workshop that will be informative and entertaining. 

All supplies provided, $5 supply fee is included in the participation fee.

Workshop will be in person. Workshop participants will be required to wear a mask & produce proof of vaccination.

Please be aware that Youth tickets must be purchased separately from Member and Non-Member tickets. When you choose to add guests onto a Member or Non-Member ticket they will pay the same price that you pay. 

Instructor Bio

Kirith Bains is arts programmer, free-lance art instructor, and advocate for the arts. Born and raised in Vancouver, she has grown up appreciating the diverse and colourful landscape of Vancouver. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from UBC. She majored in Art History with a specialization in Asian Art and a minor in Sociology. Her love for the arts led her to work in arts programs for the community. She has several years of experience of working with children and adults in arts programs to develop their ability to express themselves and their ideas. Currently, she is the Education and Outreach Assistant at West Vancouver Community Arts Council. She believes that art is an amazing proactive way of bringing the community together and creating positive change for children and youth.



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