PRCA Art Share: Jewelry Class with Kirk Sklar

Kirk Sklar of Metal Heart Jewelry will be teaching two jewelry classes December 2nd at our gallery!
630 Atlantic Ave. $55 per class, materials included.
(Additional projects $10 each).
No experience necessary!
Sign up at the PRCA gallery, Prairie Art & Gifts. Spots are limited.

Cabochon rings 9 AM – 12 PM
Learn to set a cabochon stone (flat backed stone) on ring. We will learn to make a ring to the correct size, build a stone setting from scratch, solder the two together, and set the stone.

 

Wire & Fire 1 PM – 4 PM.
Learn to form and solder silver wire into fun designs to create pendants or earrings. Cutting, forming, soldering and polishing skills will be covered.

PRCA is celebrating Give to the Max Day on November 16!

What if you could help the Prairie Renaissance Cultural Alliance receive $1,000 just by giving $10 or more? On November 16, 2017, you’ll have that chance.

Join us for Give to the Max Day on November 16, and you could help us receive a $1,000 Golden Ticket. Just make an online donation on GiveMN.org, and your donation will be entered into an hourly drawing for a $1,000 GiveMN Golden Ticket – which could go to PRCA!

Here’s the really exciting part: One donation made on GiveMN.org during the Give to the Max Day campaign will be randomly selected to receive a $10,000 Super-Sized GiveMN Golden Ticket!

Help us increase our odds and make the most of your gift by making a donation on November 16 on GiveMN.org. Search for Prairie Renaissance Cultural Alliance then make your donation! Or click the button below!

PRAIRIE RENAISSANCE CULTURAL ALLIANCE | GiveMN

Saturday, October 28, 2017
11:00 am to 3:00 pm.
$50 plus $10 materials fee per person.
Open to adults (high school age and above)

Students will create a 5-inch circular weaving to use
as a wall hanging, meditation mandala, or tree ornament.
Please bring a sack lunch and beverage. Students may bring
yarn scraps and instructor will provide additional yarn choices.
Limited to 10 students, so please register early.

This activity is funded in part by a grant from the Lake Region Arts Council through a Minnesota State Legislative appropriation.