Our “Hard Space” is designed for dirty work from metal/wood working to pottery, and everything in between.
Our “Soft Space” is designed for socializing, collaboration, entertainment, clean-work, and more.
The patio area and soft space are the perfect mix for a relaxed environment, promoting positive energy and community spirit.
115 W. Lewis St.
Greensboro, NC 27406
Join Our Mailing List
Lu is originally from Guiyang, Guizhou, Southwest China and began her schooling in Beijing for Public Finance at CUEB where she received a BA. Her move to the United States was prompted in 2009 after she accidentally enrolled in a sculpture class through an international program. She recently received her MFA in Studio Arts from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro.
Lu’s work, predominantly sculpture and performance art, focuses on renewing the perception of the mundane. We are excited to host Lu through August. During this time, Lu will give an artist talk.
To see Lu’s work, check out her website: luxuartist.com
Sewing class sign-up is live at Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sewing-class-tickets-16881205139
There are only 10 slots available, so don’t wait!
Hosted By: Zhaolong
Description: This class will give participants hands-on experience in creating filled chocolates made to a custom shape with food safe silicone. This class will also teach participants how to make a two-part mold, and show the advantages and disadvantages of using a glove-mold so that participants will gain insight and wisdom into mold selection. There is a size limit on the object or object part that will be cast– it must fit within a 1″ wide cube. This class is not suitable for those with chocolate or peanut butter allergies. LAST CHANCE to catch this awesome class, it will not be offered again until 2016!
Dates: May 9, 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Class Cost: This class includes a materials fee and costs $5 for members and $20 for non-members.
Restrictions: Maximum 25 persons. Children must have adult supervision.
Safety Notices: A) Peanut butter will be present. Peanut butter MAY OR MAY NOT CONTAIN PEANUTS. B) The Microwave chocolate is a hot liquid and can cause burns if instructions are not followed.C) Chocolate can cause diabetes if consumed in excess.
Safety Equipment Required: No safety equipment required
Equipment Required: None. All equipment will be provided by the event host.
Bill of Materials: If a participant would like to bring an object to cast, they may do so. The part of the object that can be molded will have to fit within a 1″ x 1″ x 1″ space. The host will provide: oil-based sulfur-free clay, clay-shaping tools, Candiquik Microwave-Melt Chocolate, peanut butter and other fillers, Equinox 38 Food Safe Silicone Putty, mold-shaping tools, mold boxes.
Here is a great opportunity for entrepreneurs, problem solvers, developers, professors, researchers or graduating students. Piedmont Angel Network is hosting the First Triad Reverse Pitch Event at High Point University in their Hayworth Fine Arts Center at 2:00 PM on May 12, 2015. They are bringing together 10 of the largest and most successful high growth companies in the Triad to “pitch” the audience about their innovation needs as they look into the future to grow their business.
The goal is to connect large Triad companies to the North Carolina academic and entrepreneurial community.
The confirmed presenting companies are: Reynolds American, Haeco, Transtech Pharma, VF Corporation, Wake Forest Innovations, BB&T, Guilford County Schools, Qorvo, and more. There is no cost to attend.
Each Triad company will have ten minutes to present their future innovation needs and then will host a five minute Q & A session. After the event, audience members will have two weeks to post confidential solutions to presenting company’s needs inside a private online community platform. The presenting companies will review submissions and contact audience members directly to discuss next steps.
There is no cost to attend. Register today: http://pan.fdventurefarm.com/