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Learn the art of book altering, where artists fold, bend, tear out pages and paint, draw, paste or implement many other art media to recreate the book into an all-new form of art.
On Fridays, meet and work with Art Share members using watercolor, colored pencils, colored chalk/charcoal, and acrylic paints. On Wednesdays, meet the quilters, knitters, felters and more. $20 annual
Provides a forum for photographers of all levels to improve their photographic skills. Monthly programs cover a wide range of topics and allow photos to be shared and critiqued. Club shows provide
Quilters of all levels can work on individual and group projects and share ideas on quilting.
Dedicated to the preservation and appreciation of American musical styles prevalent in the late 19th and early 20th centureies. Several public music bashes throughout the year; performers and
Watercolor artists of all levels can paint, critique and share information related to watercolor painting.
1125 Starr Avenue, Eau Claire 54703
First Wednesday of each month a general meeting is held at 1125 Starr Avenue, Eau Claire 54703 from 7:00pm to 9:00 pm. Public is invited to attend. There will be a demonstration of woodturning as well
Corner of Lake and Farwell streets
This group of local quilters gathers for monthly meetings, quilt shows, workshops, seminars, and local and national projects. All skill levels welcome.
No registration required. All are welcome. Rosemalers get together to work on rosemaling projects and enjoy camaraderie of others, from beginners to gold medalists. No formal instruction, but everyone
(715) 855-8687 or 835-6372
Artists in all mediums are welcome to join in to share and discuss their work. The group organizes many art shows and exhibits throughout the year
Stitch-ins, lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on activities for members to learn about embroidery.
A social group for anyone who wants to get away to knit and visit with other knitters.
(715) 726-9573 (Kay)
Trinity Lutheran Church, 1314 E. Lexington Blvd., Eau Claire
We share our love of miniatures and learn to make objects in one inch scale. Our little arts community utilizes many types of artforms and crafts.
The Menomonie Writers Guild aims to provide a safe environment for writers of creative nonfiction, fiction and poetry to share their work and receive gentle yet helpful feedback, and to serve as an
Come see old friends and more a lot of new ones. The organization coordinator prefers that you work on projects with yarn purchased at Yellow Dog.
Spend some time working on your rug hooking project with other crafters and a cup of coffee. Classroom is open to all, beginners to advanced.
You are invited to share projects they are working on, provide feedback, enjoy a snack, and have worktime together. The library provides hand-sewing patterns and some supplies during the 2nd Monday
(715) 233-4293 or 639-2403
Arts Coming Together, 107 Wilson Court, Menomonie
Through Arts Coming Together (organization), Everyone who works with fabrics (knitting, crocheting, felting, ect.) is invited to stop by and work on their projects.
Chippewa Valley Museum, Carson Park Dr., Eau Claire
Rug hook crafters use a cutter to prepare strips of material, mainly wool. These strips are then hooked securely to a frame commonly set with Monk's cloth-which to a painter, would be their canvas-and