TWO SUNDAYS: RAWHIDE RATTLES
with Rachel Shopper
Bring some skin to life and to sound! Rawhide rattles are beautiful, functional, and full of personality.This technique offers a wide range of creative options in terms of how your rattle looks and sounds. In this two-part class, students will design, sew, decorate, and use their own musical instrument, using natural materials.
Bring a special stick for the handle if you have one; if not, we’ll have some available for you. Also, if you have any beads, crystals or large seeds that are significant to you, you can add them to the voice inside.
Rachel Shopper is a naturalist, outdoor educator, and poet. She is a passionate explorer of the many pathways that lead us toward weaving a web of regenerative human culture, wherein each of us can bring our gifts to the world in the truest embodiment of ourselves. Rachel has studied nature connection, mentorship, and primitive skills at the Wilderness Awareness School in Duvall, WA, and currently lives in Asheville, NC.
This class will meet for a total of 6 hours on two Sunday evenings:
January 31st from 5-8pm
February 7th from 5-8pm
$50 per person, includes materials.