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Feb042018

MCBA Announces Dirty Works Classes for Kids!

Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA) Announces Dirty Works Classes for Kids!

This new series of second-Saturday classes welcomes kids ages 7-12 to get their hands dirty and create their own projects! Inspired by the popular class series for adults, Dirty Works for Kids offers a fun and inspiring lineup of classes that will push kids’ creative boundaries and expand their notions of what a book can be. Classes are held from 1-3 pm monthly, and topics range from making edible books and miniatures to pop-up dragons and paper ornaments. Check out all of our offerings:

Dirty Works for Kids: Edible Books
with Cindy Gipple
Saturday, March 10; class 1-3pm
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Dirty Works for Kids: Miniature Books
with Cindy Gipple
Saturday, April 14; class 1-3pm
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Dirty Works for Kids: Superhero Pop-up
with Erin Holt
Saturday, May 12; class 1-3pm
with Erin Holt
Saturday, June 9; class 1-3pm
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Dirty Works for Kids: Zines
with Jill Weese
Saturday, July 14; class 1-3pm
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Dirty Works for Kids: Making Books with Found Materials
with Olli Johnson
Saturday, August 11; class 1-3pm
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Dirty Works for Kids: Stamps for Mail Art
with Olli Johnson
Saturday, September 8; class 1-3pm
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with Olli Johnson
Saturday, October 13; class 1-3pm
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Dirty Works for Kids: Silly "WANTED" Posters
with Erin Holt
Saturday, November 10; class 1-3pm 
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