The UT Department of Art will host a series of Brown-Bag Lunchtime Art Workshops on Main Campus this month.
There will be four workshops, each consisting of two 45-minute sessions. They will be held in the first-floor conference room of Sullivan Hall from noon to 12:45 p.m.
Listed by dates, the workshops will be:
• Monday and Wednesday, Nov. 13 and 15 — wood burning;
• Tuesday and Thursday, Nov. 14 and 16 — jewelry;
• Monday and Wednesday, Nov. 27and 29 — crocheting; and
• Tuesday and Thursday, Nov. 28 and 30 — holiday ornaments.
Alissa Cox, an independent artist since 2006, will present the workshops.
Coming from a family of artisans and artists, Cox grew up learning woodcrafts, stained glass, blacksmithing, jewelry craft, quilting and painting. She moved her business, Smoky Grove, to Ohio in 2012 and has exhibited at Columbus Winterfair, the Great Lakes Jazz Festival and the Black Swamp Arts Festival. Cox has taught several workshops in pyrography, sewing and painting.
Attendees do not need to be UT employees, but they must make their own parking arrangements.
The cost is $30 per workshop and includes both sessions. Seating is limited.
To register or for more information, click here.