Handmade terrarium mini-garden makes for a great, heartfelt gift or a unique piece of home decor that will bring the room together
What You'll Get
- You will learn how a terrarium works; how these self-contained ecosystems survive so well on their own and how to look after them and build your own. By the end of the session, you will have your own miniature garden to take home and watch grow.
- What’s included:
- Cups, ice, and bottle openers
- All art supplies, aprons
- Plants, pebbles, and moss
- Free parking on premises for all guests
- Please bring a printed or digital receipt to the venue
About Pilsen and Eighteenth Street Development Corp
The Eighteenth Street Development Corp (ESDC) promotes the diverse collection of businesses in Chicago’s vibrant Pilsen neighborhood. Pilsen is known for its outstanding lineup of Mexican restaurants, three Michelin Bib Gourmand award winners, the National Museum of Mexican Art, and Thalia Hall, a 19th-century music venue. But many visit the neighborhood solely to see its dozens of vibrant murals, which have expressed the community’s Mexican-American spirit since the 1960s. Annual events include Mole de Mayo, the Tacos y Tamales Festival, and Pilsen Fest.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. May be repurchased every 90 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Color Cocktail Factory
Color Cocktail Factory is the domain of three artists—MFA grads from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago—who work as professional painters, illustrators, and printmakers. These artists started Color Cocktail Factory as a way to share their knowledge with novice practitioners in a laid-back environment. But they know that for less-experienced paint slingers, the idea of coating a whole canvas can be wildly intimidating, especially if their third and fourth arms have yet to grow in. So they encourage students to drink, organizing social BYOB lessons where students work on the same guided project. At the end of the session, well-hydrated pupils take home their very own paintings, which might be a sugar-skull portrait, a landscape, or the recreation of a famous masterpiece.