Antioch students organize skill-share
- Published: August 23, 2013
Everyone has something to learn, and everyone has something to teach. That’s the idea behind a skill-sharing, a type of education described as community-based, non-competitive and intergenerational.
At a skill-sharing workshop organized by Antioch College students from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 24, in McGregor Hall. The sessions, taught by students, faculty, alumni and local community members, are all free and open to the public.
FIRST DRAFT OF SCHEDULE; SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Yellow Springs Community Skill Share
Sat Aug 24, 10-4
McGregor Hall, Antioch College
Free coffee and pastries for all participants
10:30-11:30 Session I
“Comics for Kids” with J.A. Paddison
“Homemade Laundry Soap” with Beth Bridgeman
“Making Herbal Tea on the Antioch Farm” w/ Kiersten Savage & Norah Mermis
“Breastfeeding Advocacy 101” with Jamie Stefanski, R.N.
“Acorn Harvesting and Tree Identification”
11:30-12:30 Community Lunch! Refreshments and Pizza provided
1:00-5:00 “An End to Trash: Plastic Fusion Workshop” with Curtis Goldstein
at Antioch Sculpture Annex
12:30-1:30 Session II
“Fermentation: Kombucha and Sauerkraut” w/Justin Moore, Perri Freeman,
and Marianthe Bickett
“Let’s Make a F***ing Zine” with Sara Brooks
“Introduction to Social Ballroom: Swing Dancing” w/Diana Harvey & Nathan
“How to Make Balloon Animals” with Shane Creepingbear
1:45-2:45 Session III
“Introduction to 3D Printing” with Michael Casselli
“Writing a Business Plan” with Kevin McGruder
“Population Growth: The #1 Threat to Our Planet” with Joan Horn
“Human ‘Waste’: Urine 101” with Gabe Amrhein
“Beginning to Knit” with Jennifer Branlat
3:00-4:00 Session IV
“Intro to Land Use Planning” with Ed Amrhein
“How to Make Poems without Writing” with Heather Christle
“Feminism 101 and Gender Identity” with Eros X
“African Dance” with Noella Nishimwe and Ashley Jones
4:00 Thanks and Goodbye!
“Stencil-your-own Skillshare T-shirt” with everyone (BYO T-shirt)
As part of the skill-share workshop, Antioch’s artist-in-residence Curtis Goldstein will offer a session on plastic fusion, a process of ironing and layering recycled plastic bags and embedding trash objects into the layers. Participants will make their own individual pieces, which will later be joined together to create a plastic quilt to be displayed on campus and in the community. That workshop will be at the sculpture annex next to the Antioch Amphitheater from 1 to 5 p.m.
Read the full story in the Aug. 22 issue of the News.