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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.

This three-week class led by a textile artist will teach you to plan, start, and harvest a "dye garden," or a garden made specifically for creating natural textile dyes.

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

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!

Take an hour out of your day to work on fiction writing, then follow it up with a group discussion with other writers.

Join Anthropologie for a free wreath-making class, using living plants instead of cut flowers.

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.

Brighten up your day with an interactive flower-filled virtual class, where you'll turn colorful paper into larger-than-life flowers for a bouquet or wreath that will never wilt.

Kids ages 5 to10 and their families are welcome to commemorate Earth Day by using kitchen materials to create two different art projects: "Stained glass" globes, and outdoor suncatchers.

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

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.

Overcome your fear and step into your creative power with this fun and inspiring workshop for writers of all abilities. This live 60-minute virtual session will be full of tried and tested techniques to get writing.

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.

Thinking about removing your lawn and implementing a more sustainable, eco-friendly ground covering? Join this free webinar and learn how to do it yourself while improving the existing soil.

Clothing company TOAST developed a service that will help you repair their clothing over time. Join a panel of writers, visible menders, designers, and textile researchers for a discussion on mending and repair through the lenses of sustainability and culture.

Take a mid-day break with this journaling workshop, a chance to get all of your pressing prose on the page.

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

Grab some paper, pencils, and your favorite pinot for this virtual happy hour, which invites artists from around the globe to conversate and create.

Celebrate May Day and our planet at this hands-on virtual workshop. Learn how to create a balanced, professional quality flower crown using different shapes and weights of flowers.

Find out how to use natural materials to make your own paints and create a work of art purely derived from nature.

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.

Honor Mom this Mother's Day with a one-page tribute to her, guided by a professional writing coach.

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.

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.

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.

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

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