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Ilana Krepchin

Ilana Krepchin has a BA from Hampshire college in Photography and Anthropology, and extensive training in jewelry making from a number of venues including the Decordova Museum. Post-college she worked as the Associate Director of a small non-profit arts collaborative, running teen photography programs. During that period, she took a lot of jewelry making classes at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education and Metalwerx. When she left that job, she immersed herself in the world of jewelry production and craft shows. She worked for many years as a studio manager and production assistant for an established jeweler; and then went out on her own, joining Artisan’s Asylum as a member. Check out her work at sculpturetowear.jewelry

June 2020

Learn Online: Helping Business Owners to Thrive during COVID-19

June 1 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
$35

In this workshop, we will review how to process your emotions to open up your mind to discover how to make creative shifts in work, career, and life. Easing ourselves into change is a challenge and it doesn’t come so easily, so learn how to keep a curious approach and find your intent and direction to pivot your business! Learn to process the negative energy and emotions prompted by the challenge today and shift to creating adaptive models for better business outcomes in a post-COVID-19 world. 

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Learn Online: Kinetic Sculpture at Home (Ages 10+)

June 2 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
|Recurring Class (See all)
Tuesdays; 6/2/2020 - 6/23/2020 from 5PM - 6PM
$45

What is a kinetic sculpture? It is a piece of art with moving elements powered that can be powered by wind, humans, or motors. In this class, kids will learn how to build a simple kinetic sculpture with things found around the house, like coathangers, tissue boxes, and more! Students will learn basic fabrication methods with these materials and will build a flying kinetic sculpture (pictured) by the end of the class.

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Online Circuit Hacking Night (Electronics and Robotics)

June 3 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Class (See all)

An event every week that begins at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until July 29, 2020

FREE

Come learn about electronics via Zoom with Artisan's Asylum! Whether you're a newbie or an experienced hacker, there will be something for you at Online Circuit Hacking Night. This virtual event will help you with your inquiries and quandaries about anything electronics or robotics for FREE.

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Learn Online: The Fine Art of Pencil Illustration & Drawing From the Natural World

June 6 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
|Recurring Class (See all)
Saturdays; 6/6/20 - 6/27/20 from 10AM - 12PM
$15

Express yourself in this fun and relaxing drawing class! Whether you are a professional artist or looking to try your hand at illustration for the first time, this weekend session will guide you through the basics of pencil drawing. In this class, we will cover basic techniques and advanced students can gain additional insight on how to improve their artwork. Students will have a completed drawing to share and many take-away skills to complement their own work. An image from nature will be provided for the online class.

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Learn Online: Metal Fabrication 101 – Build a table

June 16 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
$80

Moving beyond the basic operation of tools and into actually building metalwork projects is where many students get hung up on the path to becoming a metalworking master. Streaming from the Artisan’s Asylum metal shop, the Metal Fabrication 101 Instructor will help students take that next step. Students will be able to interact with the instructor to ask questions in real time as he works on camera to build a table from steel tubing using the tools at Artisan’s Asylum, while also demonstrating the same techniques using the common tools you might have in your garage.

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July 2020

Learn Online: Metal Fabrication 101 – Build a table

July 7 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
|Recurring Class (See all)
Tuesdays; 7/7/20 - 7/21/20
$80

Moving beyond the basic operation of tools and into actually building metalwork projects is where many students get hung up on the path to becoming a metalworking master. Streaming from the Artisan’s Asylum metal shop, the Metal Fabrication 101 Instructor will help students take that next step. Students will be able to interact with the instructor to ask questions in real time as he works on camera to build a table from steel tubing using the tools at Artisan’s Asylum, while also demonstrating the same techniques using the common tools you might have in your garage.

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