Leather has played an important role in the development of civilisation. In recorded history, pieces of leather dating as far back as 1300 B.C. have been found in Egypt.
Now Maple Key is bringing back this traditional but often forgotten art form! Campers will learn techniques such as dyeing, tooling, molding, sewing/lacing, and leather stamping to create a variety of projects such as bookmarks, key fobs, coasters, and wristbands.
The Leatherwork Arts Major will be offered Week 6 only (Aug 5 – 8). Register Now to save your spot.