Join us! Check out the great project lead by the Northcoast Environmental Center!
Create your own personalized, one-of-a-kind journal with seasoned journal maker, Julie Clark. participants will learn how to bind, paint and collage an attractive et functional journal. Julie specializes in an easy sewing signatures binding technique!
$25 class, materials and instructions included
Thursday, June 19, 6-8pm,
Register and Pay Online or at SCRAP.
Join our volunteer team! Our volunteer training is Wednesday, June 18 at 6:30pm at SCRAP Humboldt. SCRAP Humboldt is a registered site of Volunteer Center of the Redwoods, RSVP program. This means that qualified and registered volunteers, 55 years and older receive extra benefits including mileage reimbursement.
SCRAP has collaborated with local, talented artists to host classes dedicated to creative reuse. Sign up for classes here: https://squareup.com/market/scrap-humboldt
After a solid year of diverting over 13 tons of materials from the waste stream, Arcata’s first and only nonprofit creative reuse center, SCRAP Humboldt, has expanded their services and their space. To kick off Arts! Arcata, on Friday, June 13 SCRAP invites the community to celebrate the opening of The (Re)Workshop and to tour their new, larger space. At 6 p.m. the Arcata Chamber of Commerce will help the 2013 Green Business of the Year cut the ribbon and Filigree Cakes, Cookies, and Pastries has graciously donated a delicious organic cake to help sweeten the event.
The displays used in the creative reuse center were all custom designed by David Bethuy and built from pallets and wood donated by Miller Farms Nursery. There are a number of well-designed art installation pieces that highlight how to reuse materials like pallets, 16mm film, floppy disks, yarn and interior design samples.
The (Re)Workshop is SCRAP Humboldt’s creative education studio. The (Re)Workshop is a space for makers, crafters, Inventors, artists, DIY-ers, Innovators, reusers, designers and the community to explore, learn, and experiment with materials and ideas. The (Re)Workshop will host Camp SCRAP this summer (First session is on June 16), classes ( which start on June 18), birthday parties (starting in August), and is available for rent as well. To propose a class proposals or to find out how to rent The (Re)Workshop for your own event, www.scraphumboldt.org/reworkshop for more information.
North Coast Open Studios at SCRAP Humboldt!
Local artist Malia Matsumoto will be facilitating a yarn-based workshop, where participants can aid in the creation of her future C street Sculpture in Eureka. Learn to make pom-poms, weave and wrap forms, and hear about her previous yarn-based installation in the Creamery district. The installation of SCRAP Humboldt’s “yarn bomb” by local artist, Sierra Leash of Crafty Gigs, will be installed during that weekend as well.