Felting Party Sign-Ups- July 2019
Join me and dust off your needle felting skills or learn some brand new ones; spend a social day covering large fiber sculptures with white wool and help create touchable sculpture for my InTouch exhibition at the de Saisset Museum in Santa Clara.

What: Volunteers coming to my studio to help needle felt wool onto large sculptures
When: 10am - 2pm or 4pm, please see the dates below and choose which you'd like (further down the page you can sign up for specific dates):

Wednesday, July 10, 10am - 2pm
Friday, July 12, 10am - 4pm
Wednesday, July 17, 10am - 2pm
Saturday, July 20, 10am - 4pm
Saturday, July 27, 10am - 4pm

Where: Stephanie Metz Studio, The Alameda Artworks, 1068 The Alameda, San Jose, CA 95126

More details:
You are NOT required to be there for the whole time; do what works for you.

No experience is required; please note this activity will involve repetitive arm motion and poking soft sculpture with sharp needles. I'll provide tools, ongoing guidance, and some snacks.

My studio is located in downtown San Jose, California at 1068 The Alameda (look for the bright green door off the parking lot behind Recycle Bookstore); there is parking at the studio and in the surrounding neighborhood, and it's only a few short blocks away from the Diridon Caltrain/Lightrail station near SAP Pavilion.

Are kids welcome? We tried that over the summer, and while some older (age 11+) kids were good helpers, younger ones required a LOT of cringy oversight (we are poking with sharp needles here). So only older, responsible, focused kids are welcome if they have a parent onsite for supervision.

For more info on the project please visit https://www.stephaniemetz.com/#/intouch-project-page/

Thank you for your interest in helping me! You may email me at stephaniegmetz@gmail.com with any questions. I'll be following up with you via email to confirm as the dates approach.

My best,


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