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The Lost Arts Collaborative, a group of CoLA faculty dedicated to increasing general knowledge about the art of making things in the past, will be offering a second year of hands-on workshops in AY 2018–19. Dr. Amy Tigner, Associate Professor of English and expert on early modern literature and culture, will offer “Making Early Modern Chocolate” on Monday, October 15th from 12-1, and Dr. Cathy Corder, Undergraduate Advisor for the Department of English, will lead“Marbling Paper” from 12-1 on Monday, November 12th. Both workshops will take place in the FabLab on the first floor of UTA’s Central Library, are open to all, and are free. Rather than just hearing about what life was like in the past, participants in these workshops can expect to learn by doing and to produce something that they can take home. Sign up for a place in one or both workshops by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, if you have an idea for and skills to run a future LAC workshop, please contact the LAC at the same email address.
And if you want to wear your love for the lost arts of making, then purchase a Lost Arts Collaborative T-shirt, designed and printed by CoLA faculty. Priced at $5 for students and part-time faculty, and $10 for full-time faculty, shirts will be available at workshop events. Or you can download the order form here and email it to email@example.com