Marble Paper with your Youthful Bestie(s)!
Arts & DIY
Bring your mentees, nieces, nephews, "babies", and all other young ones in your life (UNDER the age of 17 but older than 5) to this food coloring based paper marbling class.
Interact with each other through this new craft and assist each other with the designs!
All supplies included - and you get to Mix Your Own Dyes!
Come wearing clothes you wouldn't mind getting dirty - aprons will be provided.
Student combinations available to book and covered by your $80 ticket price:
1 adult (aged 18 and up) and 1 younger person (aged 6 to 16)
1 adult (aged 18 and up) and 2 teens (aged 13 to 16)
2 adults (aged 18 and up) and 1 teens (aged 13 and 16)
2 adults (aged 18 and up) and 1 petit person (aged 6 up to 12)
Must book for at least 2 people within the above combinations to attend.
Your class will be conveniently located close to the Berwyn Red Line and many buses. Street parking is available usually west of Broadway.
100% of any tips made to your instructor go straight to him/her and are completely optional.
Class sizes are small so they are extra fun and attentive.
We do not provide refunds, but we do work to tailor our classes to our students' schedules. For more information on our policies, visit: https://www.seedscenter.org/terms-and-conditions/
By purchasing an experience, you are agreeing that you have read our terms and conditions.
All materials provided.
Seeds Center is, in essence, a multi-experience and multi-inter-generational learning hub for all to join. Our free "stepping stone" programs, which began in 2017, experiment and explore inclusive, connected, positive, and possible learning processes and viable options for the open public.
Seeds Center is currently rooted in the physical location of Unity Community Center of Unity Lutheran Church, and open and affirming institution, located in one of the most socioeconomically diverse areas in Chicago close to the micro-areas of the Asian community on Argyle in Uptown, the bustling Andersonville, the Bryn Mawr Historic District.
While conventional learning in the US has been more segregated in terms of age and opportunity, less experience-based/hands-on, and less integrated across disciplines (particularly in the creative and “practical” realms), Seeds Center hopes to challenge such notions by creating change from the bottom up.
The theory is based on Seeds Center founder, Charlotte Lin’s philosophy that learning is truly the key to thriving and if we instill the best ways to learn and plant them into the community, we can start to create unimaginable positive changes for our future.