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Get Creative: Virtual Arts & Crafts Classes
Get Creative: Virtual Arts & Crafts Classes
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Create something new, brush up on your skills, or get tips for a DIY project with the help of these online arts and crafts events. Eventbrite’s experts have tracked down classes and workshops where you can paint, write, knit, and discover more amazing ways to express yourself from home.
Get Creative: Virtual Arts & Crafts Classes
Get Creative: Virtual Arts & Crafts Classes
Get Creative: Virtual Arts & Crafts Classes
Get Creative: Virtual Arts & Crafts Classes
Collection by Eventbrite
Create something new, brush up on your skills, or get tips for a DIY project with the help of these online arts and crafts events. Eventbrite’s experts have tracked down classes and workshops where you can paint, write, knit, and discover more amazing ways to express yourself from home.
Create something new, brush up on your skills, or get tips for a DIY project with the help of these online arts and crafts events. Eventbrite’s experts have tracked down classes and workshops where you can paint, write, knit, and discover more amazing ways to express yourself from home.

Make your Instagram shots stand out when you make eco-friendly and highly customizable DIY paper crafts and style scenes with ease.

When it comes to art, are stick figures more your speed? That's fine for this back-to-basics class, where everyone is welcome to discuss artistic nuances and draw from life.

Join notable guest artists as they draw and paint live, share stories, and answer questions from the audience. And practice your skills when you draw alongside them from home.

Enhance your creativity and enjoy yourself while you learn about the culture of Japanese paper folding during this online lesson, which includes instructions for a variety of common origami models, like flowers and animals.

Let your creativity guide you to your personal zen at Art Church, a silent art-making group designed to help you find inner peace, no matter your religious beliefs.

Join a creative writing workshop for women that revolves around the lunar calendar, where new and experienced writers are always welcome. You'll learn new skills and have the opportunity to give and receive feedback, all while cultivating connections within a talented community.

Learn all about the rich history of collage, from when it first started to the collage scene nowadays. Then work with scissors, glue and papers to explore the possibilities of our imagination.

Doodling isn't just for bored school kids — it can also be a calming activity for adults. Come play on the page as part of this small class and learn new tools for stress-relief and mental health as you create some scribbles.

Try your hand at painting with watercolors during this weekly class, which encourages guests to express themselves while calming their minds. Each class begins with breath practice and includes a reading from the "May You Know Joy" meditation card set.

People have been writing poetry for thousands of years. Here's your chance to try your hand at it (literally) and study a handful of modern and contemporary poets.

Artists (and non-artists) of all skill levels are welcome to join this free-form workshop and explore what their feelings look like. After covering techniques, brush stroke styles, and methods of expression, participants are free to create abstract art that speaks to them.

Share this weekly studio session with the teen in your life who loves the arts. During the virtual gathering, they can teach others about their craft, collaborate with peers, and share their masterpieces.

Craving inspiration? Get your fix when you discover details about New York City's early graffiti and hip-hop scene, get a look at dozens of commissioned murals in East Williamsburg, and more.

Join Warehouse 4726 in a virtual studio where you can make new friends or focus on your own creativity while creating your own collage using old magazines, paint, fabric, newspaper, and anything else you have around the house.

Learn what's really going on inside your body when you feel anxious — and then gain a bunch of mindfulness and art therapy tools that can help you feel better. This guided workshop aims to help you understand your anxiety, soothe your mind, and get on with your life.

Draw inspiration from the National Portrait Gallery's collection. You'll be guided to write and create via prompts and visual art.

All you need is a needle and thread for this inclusive, beginner-friendly visible mending workshop, where you'll learn how to darn knitwear to make your favorite socks and sweaters as good as new.

We can confirm there will be cocktails and crafts at these events, but you'll have to sign up for the exact details. Cheers to a happy surprise.

Author Judy Goldman leads this writing workshop, offering a chance to reflect on memories, put them to paper, and mine them for story potential. Along the way, you'll learn about memoir elements like beginnings, pacing, and how to navigate the feelings of others.

Get the energy right in your home to manifest what you want in life. This workshop teaches the basics, and provides ways to check-in monthly with your space to keep energy flowing for health, wealth, and happiness.

Join memoir master Marion Roach Smith for this 90-minute webinar, in which she breaks down the basics to jumpstarting — and maintaining — your own writing projects.

Discover how to use natural objects to make a nature-inspired craft, and enjoy the company of others who love nature, too.

Don't discard your favorite, but slightly holey, frock just yet. Tune into this session to learn how to repair and refashion your current clothing.

Join an art therapist for an introductory workshop that shows you how to channel the process of creation into a habit that helps your overall wellness. Just bring along some art-making materials of your choice and prepare to express yourself.

We all remember our favorite picture books — here's how you can create one of your own. Author Cara Stevens guides participants through tips for developing character and plot, understanding your audience, and how to bring your project to market.

Tie dye is so last summer. This season, it's all about the Japanese art of Shibori — and this virtual workshop will show you how it's done, from preparing the indigo dye to folding and binding your cloth.

Channel the spirit of great sculptor and artist Louise Bourgeois and draw from exercises that lead you into your dream world, the subconscious and Louise's diaries. Open up your creative mind and learn more about the work of this amazing artist.