Tattoos have a long and
culturally-rich history throughout the world. Participants in this workshop
will explore primitive tattoos worldwide, from the oldest tattoos found on the Ötzi
the Iceman to the Coastal Indians of North Carolina. Participants will discuss
different styles and motifs; make primitive tattooing tools, inks, and
pigments; and practice tattooing on non-human skin.
Saturday, May 22
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
A one hour break for lunch is built in for participants to leave & return or bring their own lunches.
Cost: $75 for members, $85 for non-members
Recommended for ages 16 years & up.
Lunch will not be
provided; however, an hour break will be given for participants to either leave
for lunch or eat a packed lunch on-site.
All workshop participants are asked to bring the following:
• Personal Protective Equipment (protective eyewear, mask, gloves, etc.)
• Sharp pocketknife or sheath knife
IMPORTANT TO KNOW:
> Food will not be provided (an hour lunch break will be held from approximately 12-1PM).
> Participants can bring their own food for lunch (fridge is available to store lunches) or leave during lunch break. There are a number of restaurants close by.
Unable to register online? Please call 704.854.6676
Please note: masks covering the nose and mouth are required when indoors and encouraged outdoors when social distancing is not possible.