Presented by Eva Rabin 

$60 members; $75 not-yet-members (gallery admission, and parking validation included) 
Ages 18+ only; space is limited; all skill levels are welcome 

Join the Frist Art Museum for this embroidery workshop led by Eva Rabin. Embroidery is the ancient craft of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle and thread. In this workshop inspired by the exhibition Lee Alexander McQueen & Ann Ray: Rendez-Vous, participants will learn basic hand embroidery skills and useful tips and tricks for embroidering on photographs related to the exhibition.

About the Teaching Artist

Eva Rabin is a mixed media and fiber artist born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She received BAs from Smith College and Manchester Metropolitan University (UK) and an MFA from Oregon College of Art and Craft. She primarily works with embroidery and ice dyes and loves embroidering sassy sayings and notes from loved ones, as well as embroidering on vintage photographs. In her free time, she enjoys afternoon tea, watching true-crime documentaries and traveling. She currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with her chef husband, dachshund/beagle mix dog, and baby.

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