Rescheduled sculpture-making workshop to be held March 27

After inclement weather put a halt to the third event in the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts (MIWSFPA) Wellness Series last month, students and community members alike will be able to unwind and explore their inner creativity at a new time.

Participants in an upcoming MIWSFPA Wellness Series workshop will learn to make sculptures from scrap fabric.

Brock Visual Arts student Emma Mary Sked will lead attendees in a free, guided workshop on Wednesday, March 27 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in ST231 of the Library’s Matheson Learning Commons.  

The event was rescheduled after a winter storm hit Niagara earlier last month.

For this workshop, participants will learn how to transform scrap textiles into sculptures of their choosing.

The Wellness Series, which is hosted by the MIWSFPA, features free monthly activities that promote well-being and the benefits of engaging in the arts.

No previous art experience is required and all necessary materials will be supplied.

The event is free, but registration is required at ExperienceBU or by contacting

For more information about the event and others in the series, visit the MIWSFPA Wellness Series web page

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