Public Hours: SAT & SUN Noon-6pm
3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore, MD, 21224
THU OCT 20 | 5:30-7:30PM | $85 SOLD OUT
Location: Monkton | Inside
Nothing to fear at this spooky jewelry-making workshop with Artist and Towson University Lecturer, Luci Jockel. Jockel's work explores the life, death, and rebirth of animals in the unique medium of jewelry. Her work seeks to give voice to the voiceless in the hopes of rebuilding a lost interconnectivity between humans and animals. Learn techniques such as torch-enameling and fold-forming to create your own special wearable art. Take a brief tour of the pre-revolutionary grist mill turned creative hub and gallery, and its unique transformation, while you raise a glass of cider to the old artisanal cidery and enjoy hearty fall hors d'oeuvres.
Co-hosted by Towson University College of Fine Arts & Communication
Solo and Household Members receive 5% discount
ArtStar Members or higher receive 10% discount
To promote the safety of our Art to Dine For participants and community, we are requiring all guests to be vaccinated for events. By purchasing a ticket you are confirming that you are fully vaccinated (at least 2-weeks post full vaccination) and assume any health and safety risks associated with in-person events. Hosts may require masks due to the ongoing health crisis of COVID-19.