Enjoy a night out that includes refreshments, on-site childcare, and and the creation of your very own terrarium just in-time for Earth Day! Terrariums are an expressive and appealing addition to your home or office. Join us for this hands on workshop created for adults, led by Stacey Carlton AIFD of The Flora Culturist.
A discussion about the history of terrariums will lead into a demonstration that will show the steps for building an open terrarium, including planting mediums, plants that work together, and maintenance.
Registration is $60 per guest. This includes a small, standard terrarium (open bowl), as well as planting materials and a set of coordinating plants. Standard soil cover and decor will be available. Each guest will build one terrarium.
This workshop will run for about 90 minutes, and refreshments will be served after the workshop until 9pm.
Please register by Monday, April 17th.
Please indicate if you will need childcare and how many children you will be bringing with you. The childcare offering will be held in one of our Waldorf classrooms for a fee of $10 per child.
Stacey Carlton AIFD is a second generation floral designer and educator residing in Chicago. Her extensive educational journey is supported by her life-long training in floristry, horticulture, and visual arts. Inducted into The American Institute of Floral Designers in 2010, she is an internationally published artist most recently in the highly coveted 2016/2017 International Floral Art Book by Stitching Kunstboek. Stacey is celebrating a three year consecutive win from Fusion Flower Magazine’s International Designer of the Year competition with four medals in 2016. Her freelance work has taken her across the country to different markets of the industry most notably in California designing for elite clientele in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Malibu, Santa Barbara, and Montecito. She prefers to demonstrate her natural modern design aesthetic in large scale installations, wedding and event decor, visual editorials, floral fashion, and street art. Stacey is passionate about advancing the artistry of the floral and horticulture industry by supporting design education and encouraging individual style and techniques.