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.
Wednesday, December 17 | 6:00-9:00pm | Snacks provided | Free
What one thing would make your life better? Come think on this question and be guided by artist Jonas Becker in creating "objects of desire" that will be an integral part of the January installation "The Pile". We'd like to sew as many talismans as we can, so bring a list of your friends and family's desires if you're able.
Saturday, December 20 | 12:00-4:00pm
Join the Women's Center for Creative Work for a very special one-day event honoring CAFAM founder Edith Wyle and the museum's previous incarnation as The Egg & The Eye, a combination gallery, shop, and omelet restaurant. WCCW will be serving up omelets and soup along with information and archival treats from "Folk Art's High Priestess" while Los Angeles Fibershed will be demonstrating a variety of textile processes and also offering their own (holiday-gift-perfect) work for sale. Admission is free, menu items are in the $5-10 range. All proceeds benefit the WCCW and CAFAM.
Sunday, December 21 | 12:00-4:00pm | Free
Join weaver and textile artist Laura Roveda for an ongoing afternoon demonstration of the Japanese Saori weaving technique.
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First Thursday nights from 7:00pm-9pm
For the whole family on the second Sunday from 1:30-3:30pm