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Make Your Own Orgone Sphere
Orgone sculptures consist of crystals, metals, synthetic or plant-based resin and memorable objects and/or patterns that are specifically placed then bound together in harmony to generate positive energy.
When: Thursdays, October 11, 18 | 6:00 – 9:00pm
Where: Indie Grits Labs | 1013 Duke Ave
Instructor: Curtis Heru
Cost: $45 + Materials Fee | Non-Member $60 + Materials Fee
Orgonite is a special substance used to make all kinds of shapes and sculptures. Usually paired with polyester resin and combined with specific materials, such as gold flakes and crystals, the final result is an entirely unique sculpture. Class instructor Curtis Heru will lead you through what this means for spiritualView more
All classes take place at Indie Grits Labs and vary in length and duration— one workshop may meet once a week for four weeks, whereas another workshop may only meet once. Workshops are for ages 15 and up. Nickelodeon Theatre members receive discounts on registration fees for our workshops. Interested in becoming a member? Read more about the Nickelodeon Membership program here.
Registration hyperlinks on each workshop page will redirect you to a secure checkout page, where you can login to your Nick membership account to receive your discount. Rather register in person? Register during our open ours at 1013 Duke Avenue, or at the Nickelodeon Theatre (1607 Main Street). Having trouble? Send us an email at: email@example.com.
Advance registration is required. Registration is not secured until payment is received. There are no refunds on classes, but we will happily give you credit for a class if there is proper notice, should you need to cancel your registration for any reason.
– Half credit if you cancel the week before class begins.
– No credit if you cancel day of the first class or after.
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
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This class meets once a week for two weeks.
1013 Duke Avenue, Columbia, SC 29203
Parking is available in the Lenoir-Rhyne University parking lot off of Arlington Street, and street parking off of Duke Ave.