Thursday, March 12 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Learn to sew your own Coloring Curls Girl! Be sure you're able to attend both parts of this 2-part workshop. Part I will be for making the doll bodies, part II is for making the clothes and hair.
This program is intended for ages 13+; teams of two are welcome to sign up to work on a doll together, however, we only have supplies for one doll per team.
Unicia Buster has won a Visual Arts Fellowship from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and a “Best in Show” award from The National Arts Program at VCU Medical Center. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Cornell University and her Master of Arts degree from George Mason University and has exhibited in numerous cities including Richmond, Va.; Washington DC; Long Island City, NY; and Rome, Italy. She has worked at VCU Health as the art specialist where she assisted with managing and curating gallery exhibitions and the hospital’s permanent art collection, as well as teach arts and crafts to patients, and as a graphic designer for the Richmond Free Press where she won second and third place in the Virginia Press Association Awards advertisement category. Ms. Buster has been featured in Style Weekly, the Richmond Times Dispatch, and the Richmond Free Press. She also was a guest presenter at the Good Grief Conference speaking on the impact of arts in legacy and memory making, and on TEDxYouth@RVA speaking on natural hair.
Richmond Public Main Library
101 East Franklin Street, Richmond, Va, 23219