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Morphosis: Headpiece Making Workshop with Stacy Lovejoy

Saturday, June 29

12pm – 4pm

Price: $100

Beginner friendly! Ages 18+

Create a one-of-a-kind headpiece with artist Stacy Lovejoy! In this workshop you will create a bizarre and extraordinary art headpiece using found objects such as fur, resin tubes, beads, and unusual materials that go beyond conventional art practices. This workshop encourages makers to think creatively and understand the importance of sustainability in art and teaches how to think creatively about the untapped potential of everyday objects.

As an optional feature, workshop participants will have the opportunity to engage in a professional photoshoot, wearing their self-created masks. This unique opportunity provides a lasting memory of your transformative journey. The photoshoot is available for an additional $30, including a 5-minute session and three professionally edited digital pictures of you wearing your creation. The pictures will be promptly delivered via email within a week. If you want to book your individual photoshoot after the workshop, please contact Stacy directly via Instagram to proceed with the payment.


All you need to bring is a water, your curiosity and desire to create an extraordinary wearable art piece, and any personal supplies or materials you would like to work with (all other materials will be provided) 

$100 + $30 optional photoshoot fee

About the Artist:

Stacy Lovejoy is a boundary-breaking artist renowned for her captivating image reinventions and versatility. She has always believed that every human being was born free and almighty and has the right to be different. This pursuit of authenticity and self-expression became the driving force behind her artistic journey. 

Drawing from a diverse array of media, including performance and fashion, Lovejoy creates experimental, thought-provoking, and philosophical pieces, popularizing the theme of human almightiness.

Lovejoy has a vast teaching experience, including conducting art workshops and therapy sessions with children and adults, facilitating collaborative theater projects, and teaching various classes over several years. Additionally, Lovejoy curated gatherings of creative individuals at art spaces, where they engaged in collaborative artmaking.