ArtStreet offers hands-on workshops on a variety of topics throughout the year. Come let your creativity flow!
Our weekly Wednesday Workshops are taught by students, faculty and visiting artists, with topics ranging from jewelry making to henna to printmaking. All supplies provided except where noted; no previous experience needed. All Wednesday Workshops are held from 7- 9 pm in ArtStreet Studio E unless otherwise noted.
PLEASE NOTE: Wednesday Workshops are FREE for full time UD students, faculty and staff. You may be required to present your ID at the beginning of the workshop. There is a $10 fee for all other participants. This includes community members, UDLLI students, and family members of students, faculty, or staff.
Workshops are designed for participants 18 years of age and older. For selected workshops, participants over the age of 12 may be permitted; however, anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a participating adult. Please contact the ArtStreet office for additional information.
Workshop size is limited; pre-registration is strongly suggested (required for Saturday Workshops). Walk-ins welcome as space allows.
Upcoming Wednesday Workshops
This spring semester, experience ArtStreet through a fully immersed artistic interrogation of what it means to be a truly Global Campus. These weekly hands-on workshops, taught by students, faculty, staff and visiting artists, will immerse participants in an intercommunity experience specifically celebrating diversity through the culinary arts, visual arts and fashion. All Wednesday Workshops are held from 7- 9 pm in ArtStreet Studio E unless otherwise noted.
April 10: A Taste of Asia with Chef Joe Fish - THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL
Take a culinary journey through the Far East. Experience the dynamic flavors of Asia while learning to make Chicken Stir Fry. Chef Joe Fish is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America with more than 25 years of experience. He is the Head Chef for VWK's Passports as well as The Chef Case at 2nd Street Market.
April 24: Fiber as Fashion, Fashion as Art with Jen Rentz (Graduate Student - University of Dayton)
Nowhere has the sense of creativity and imagination been capturedbetter than in art-to-wear. Born in the hippie days of the San Francisco Bay Area where what mattered was the expression of one’s inner self - explicitly and honestly - explore this American counter-culture art-to-wear technique of Pin Weaving with ArtStreet’s resident Graduate Intern.