APRIL 7, 2020
Instructor: Eric Jackson
Would you like to make a look for your furry one, but unsure how to go about it? Or would you and your pet like to walk the “Dogs on the Catwalk” Trashion Show April 11th? This class will provide inspiration and guidance for you to to transform unconventional materials into walking outfits for your pets. Owners will also have the opportunity to create companion accessories and looks to go with their pets’.
The class enrollment fee includes the $25 fee to enter the “Dogs on the Catwalk” Trashion show for pets.
Students are asked to bring in materials that speak to them. The materials must have been previously used, rescued from the trash/recycling bin, or purchased at a thrift store. Tools and other recycled materials and supplies will be provided.
Materials list available HERE.
Eric Jackson is the Head of the Fiber Arts Department at the Sonoma Community Center as well as Creative Project Manager. He developed and became Head of Transcendence Theatre Company’s Wardrobe and Props Department, designing their “Fantastical Family Night” and “The Broadway Holiday Spectacular” (2017). He was the Costume Designer for Sonoma Arts Live’s production of JEEVES INTERVENES and started the Costume Collective partnering with SAL to provide a Costume Design class that actively produces work that can be seen onstage in their productions.