Community Art Project
Sewing: Light-up Backpacks
The Workshop is The Works Museum’s new creative space for families.
Whether you’ve got a young maker in your home who likes sewing, building, art, carpentry, and making in general or are looking for a great weekend family activity, classes in The Workshop are for you. Enjoy quality time together, learn a new skill (or enjoy using a favorite talent), and make a project to take home.
Pop-Up Engineering and STEAM activities will be taking place in the Workshop all summer long. Find out more about these and other summer engineering activities here.
Download our summer calendar to see all activities at a glance.
Policies/FAQs for The Workshop:
- 10 or more days before class start date, 50% of the class fee will be refunded OR you can receive a voucher for the full amount to be used for future classes.
- 5-10 days before class start date, you will receive a voucher for the full amount to be used for future classes.
- 5, or fewer, days before class start date, no refunds or vouchers will be issued.
- If we must cancel a class due to low enrollment or other circumstances, we will refund your registration in full.
Questions about classes in The Workshop? Please contact email@example.com.
Can my child attend on their own? Some classes require an adult/child pair. Other classes are suitable for kids to take without an adult; however, an adult must stay on site for the duration of the class. Check the class description for the class you are interested in to see if it requires an adult/child pair.
Can I just watch my child take the class? If it’s a class that children can take without an adult, you are welcome to observe the class from outside the glass gate.
We love all the hands-on items! These stations are great. Love the ability for all learning levels to benefit.
Had a wonderful experience. Thank you for providing education and science in such a fun format!
I did the class while my child was in camp. 🙂 I was happily surprised to realize I was sewing a backpack from scratch. Instructors were great with options and suggestions.
The maker space is great. We spent our entire visit making origami lanterns and pieces for the mural.