Join Amanda N. Simons for this workshop for women and non-binary adults.! You’ll build an adorable bench modeled on one very close to Amanda’s heart. Two sessions to choose from: Saturday, January 29, 1-5pm Saturday, February 5, 1-5pm Email email@example.com to register.
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American Association of University Women
Read all about it! SkillSet was awarded $10,000 from the AAUW. We are so grateful!
Appalachian Broom and Brush class, Saturday 11/13/21
Join STEAM fellow Lin Elkins for an Appalachian Broom & Brush Class. This class is for adults and runs from 12 – 5pm on November 13th. The class costs $75pp (all materials included) and financial aid is available. To book your place, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For financial aid, email email@example.com This introduction will give you allContinue reading “Appalachian Broom and Brush class, Saturday 11/13/21”
Read All About It
SkillSet makes the news! Over the summer our camps were visited by WLOS. Visit the links below to read about our camps and see pictures and videos.
Spring 2022 After-School
A fresh start for the new year! Coming in Spring of 2022 we have after-school programming in Stop Motion Animation, Creative Computing (programming, coding and computer design), and Chirps & Chimes (building bird houses and windchimes in the woodshop). Limited financial aid is available, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
Fall After-school In-Person Classes
We are back (with classes, snacks and good times) on Friday afternoons from 4 to 6:30pm. We have limited numbers of scholarship places available in each of our classes, so please get in touch right away to apply for a scholarship.
Summer Program Sponsors
We would like to give a huge, standing ovation thank you to our Summer Program Sponsors. The Asheville Branch of the AAUW (American Association of University Women) and the Guardian ad Litem Association of Buncombe County both contributed funding that enabled two new students to attend camp. We are very grateful and hope that ourContinue reading “Summer Program Sponsors”
Summer can’t come soon enough
We know many of you are anxious to hear confirmation of our summer camp plans. We are too! As of this moment, we are preparing for in-person, covid-compliant summer camps. While we all know situations can change and that we may need to adapt some or all of our schedule, and that we cannot guaranteeContinue reading “Summer can’t come soon enough”
Starting fresh in Spring
We have 2 new classes launching in the Spring! Photography and Social Justice class Shifting the Lens and Textile Arts class Common Threads both kick off in early February for 10 weeks each. Three shorter classes will also run in the Spring, stay tuned for the announcement of 2 and 4 day spoon carving, bambooContinue reading “Starting fresh in Spring”
Amelia Pate is back with a new project that is her trademark level of perfectly adorable and stylishly functional. Boo Baskets is a weekend class making hanging baskets out of bamboo. Participants will shape, bend and secure bamboo into a basket shape, and learn how to install and use a ceiling hook. Head on overContinue reading “Boo Baskets!”