- $70 for one admission to a 75-minute terrarium-making workshop with Liza Fiorentinos of Luludi Living Art
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The event will be held at Balance Art Center in Midtown South.
Each event is capped at 20 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
Most good art is “alive” in a metaphorical sense, but Liza Fiorentinos creates art that truly lives: terrariums filled with verdant, meticulously arranged plants. During this 75-minute workshop, she teaches others to do the same, guiding participants as they assemble their own terrariums. Using mood boards for inspiration, students build an environment with plants, rocks, and a choice of glass vessel—all materials are included.
Work with Your Light
Learn to select the plants most likely to thrive in low light, lots of light, or whatever your home’s sun situation may be.
Layer your terrarium, balancing plants with the pebbles, crystal, cork, or colored moss in which they’ll live.
Safely Tote Your Terrarium Home
You’ll pack your vessel in a gift box before heading home. Guests also receive complimentary seed cards.
Owner, Luludi Living Art Store
After 30 years in the workforce, Liza Fiorentinos liberated herself from a stifling corporate job in Paris in order to begin her own crafts shop. At her Astoria storefront, Luludi Living Art, she creates atypical living works of art, including terrariums, moss-covered shoes, and plants set in LED-lit frames. Her business has blossomed from making small pieces for individuals to producing decor for lobbies, receptions, and corporate events.