MARCH 20 • Pysanky Eggs: Ukrainian Easter Eggs

Made using real (raw!) eggs, beeswax, and dye, Ukrainian Easter Eggs are a unique art form that has been passed down for generations. You will learn how to use a kistka to create wax patterns on your egg, apply layers of dye, and then melt it all to reveal your colorful final product. No experience needed, we'll provide everything you need to create beautiful Pysanky (which means "to write" in Ukrainian).


Please bring a small container to transport egg from the studio. Wear clothes that can get dye/wax on them!


AGES10 years and up (7-10 years only if accompanied by adult. Separate tickets must be purchased)


MATERIALS: All supplies included. Bring a container to take your egg home safely!

INSTRUCTOR: Katie Felton

LOCATION: 71 Pine Street, East Aurora NY (yellow door entrance)

{MUSEjar often has multiple classes being taught at one time.  Please plan accordingly as parking is limited. See attached graphic for additional off-site parking.}


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