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As the weather gets colder and the snow piles higher, The Ann Arbor Art Center is offering a great way to avoid cabin fever with its winter workshops. All through the month of December fans of crafting can get in touch with their creative sides with projects like making block-printed tea towels, creating clay snowmen, decorating holiday treats, decorating stenciled plates and more. This year a fan-favorite is back, too.
“Our favorite George Bochnig ornaments are back and they’re bringing the holiday shop with them! That means more locally-made paintings, ceramics, jewelry and Motawi tiles for the holidays!” wrote event organizers. “Come see the holiday shop today and make the commitment to buying local this season.”
The Center is offering kid-friendly events, too, with winter break art camps for children ages 5 to 12. Attendees can learn about The Art of Wizardry, hand-building clay and more.
To find out more details about the holiday events visit annarborartcenter.org or call 734-994-8004. The center is located at 117 W Liberty St. in Ann Arbor.