To culminate The Confluence Project, I will be working with students from the Guilford School, and community residents to build lanterns for a floating light installation and lantern paddle on the Retreat Meadows, Brattleboro on Friday Mary 25th, 7.30pm-9.30pm. Public Workshops will be held at River Gallery School, Brattleboro VT on Thursday, May 17 @ 4 […]
On March 1st 2018, Lyndon will host their inaugural lantern parade 6-7pm at the Municipal Building Complex in Lyndonville, VT. Workshops have been held over a series of weeks with students at the Lyndon Town School, Lyndon Institute and local residents during a community workshop-program.
On Saturday October 21st, Germantown Friends School hosted their inaugural lantern parade. Images and further information can be found at Germantown Friends School Lantern Festival, PA A video was made by the Germantown Friends School, and can be viewed at the following link Germantown Friends School Lantern Parade and Fun Day
On Saturday October 7th, Rutland Carving Center will be hosting a community lantern-workshop in preparation for the annual Rutland Halloween Parade. This year’s theme is World Masks. The workshop will run from 10am-3pm, please contact Rutland Carving Center for further information and to book a place.
Germantown Friends School in Germantown, PA will be hosting their first community lantern parade this coming Fall. The free community workshop-program includes a two-day artist workshop on September 23-24, two community-workshops on September 30 (10am-12pm and 1pm-3pm) and a culminating parade on October 21st, 7pm. Please get in touch for further information.
In May 2017, the Rutland Carving Studio and Sculpture Center hosted a one-day workshop for Rutland art teachers, to learn the basics in lantern-building for the long-standing annual Halloween Parade, now in its 57th year. This year’s theme is Masks, and teachers from four area schools constructed some fantastical mask lanterns to replicate with their students […]
In late April 2017, the Wild Women of Windsor–a women’s business consortium in Windsor, VT–made pyramid lanterns during a one-day workshop. Lanterns will be suspended in camps, and homes and the beautifully renovated Welcome Center in Windsor. The Wild Women loved their introduction to lantern-building; next stop will be larger, wilder luminaries!
In February 2017, Montpelier’s Union Elementary School will be hosting their second lantern residency and community parade. Following the success of their first event in 2015 to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the school, this year’s event will focus on The Wonder of Winter. A free community lantern-making workshop will take place on Saturday February […]