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Clay + Beer with Make Tribe

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catch of the day fish (2)The folks over at Make Tribe are redefining the term “craft beer.” Next weekend, they’ll be offering a one-evening workshop at Baltimore Clayworks, where participants will create their own ceramic beer stein under the guidance of expert instructor Mary Cloonan. Monument City Brewing will also be on hand with samples of their newest ales. This is a great opportunity to learn all about beer-making, ceramics, and how awesome it is when the two come together. Not a common occurrence, for some reason.

British Baking Workshop with Make Tribe

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catch of the day fish (2)The Brits aren’t exactly known for their national cuisine. British food is so often the punchline to jokes, or the lamentable low point of a European vacation. And yet, these people undeniably know their way around a pound of butter and some white flour. How could they not? These are the people who brought us tea parties and crumpets, after all. And now, all the secrets of fabulous British baking can be yours with a one-night-only workshop from Make Tribe.

Roots & Leaves Natural Dying Class

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Drift Lab Textile Co.
Drift Lab Textile Co.
catch of the day fish (2)We hope that by now you know all about MAKE TRIBE. They’re the super cool pop-up-craft-skill-share-dinner-curator-mavens who’ve been bringing amazing food and really cool workshops to together for a while now. They’ve got their nimble fingers on the pulse of the craft and DIY world, and never cease to amaze with awesome offerings. The only catch? You’ve got to act fast to nab a spot in some of these much sought after classes. So when they announced they’re taking reservations for their upcoming Roots & Leaves class (to be held Tuesday, February 17th), we didn’t waste any time.

Learn Papercutting from Bmore Papercuts

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Papercutting Workshop

You’ve undoubtedly seen the exquisite work of Bmore Papercuts— aka artist Annie¬† Howe. Her work has graced local gallery and coffee shop walls, the cover of the City Paper, and more. This traditional art form is certainly a skill that requires patience, practice, and a steady hand. But at the same time, it’s also a skill that anyone can learn, and that can look amazingly impressive– even when you’re a rookie. With the holidays coming up, papercutting is a good skill to have under your belt. You can make gorgeous cards, thoughtful, handmade gifts, and all manner of ornaments and decorations, as long as you’re armed with a few basic materials and some fundamentals of the form.

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