Forget what it's like to use your hands?
Equal parts meditation and good luck charm, the Ojo De Dios is an ancient practice originating from groups of indigenous people of the Americas. Woven in solitude (as a form of mediation or prayers) or in a group (as a form of community interaction), Ojo De Dios are objects of celebration and good luck often given as gifts of housewarming. We are introducing Ojo De Dios, the first of our Microworkshops as a way to highlight and encourage community engagement and interaction with others in a creative setting. Several variations and sizes of the object will be demonstrated and there will be plenty of time and materials provided to walk away with several completed Ojos. All necessary materials are provided. If you wish to bring specific yarn or string to work with that's is also an option.
The cost of this workshop is $20