Classes

Candy Picasso Workshop


  Date

Sat, Jul 30, 2022

  Time

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

  Location

Keystone Kidspace

10 East Hamilton Avenue
York, PA 17401

Free parking is available in the Smalls Field parking lot across from our main entrance on East Hamilton Avenue. Note that ballpark patrons will be parking in that lot as well - just let the attendants know that you will be visiting Keystone Kidspace

  Age Range

Ages 6 +

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What can you create with a mound of candy and no limitations? Join us for a Candy Picasso workshop with Marie Fisher from Nature's Platter!

Marie will awaken the creativity inside each participant, encouraging them to think outside the box, dream big and let nothing stop them. Examples of how candy can be converted into artwork will be demonstrated. Participants will create their own piece of edible artwork, using a wide variety of candy. An abundance of candy in all shapes and sizes, and any tools needed, will be provided. Participants will also receive fun to-go containers if they choose to take their candy home (instead of eating it all!), as well as a photo of their candy creation.

Pre-registration is required.


Speaker: Candy Picasso by Nature's Platter

Candy Picasso by Nature's Platter

Growing up in the mountains of Pennsylvania, Marie Fisher spent my life surrounded by the simplicity and beauty of nature. She started her career as an engineer in the corporate world but always had a passion for entertaining. Twelve years ago she commissioned the creation of an oversized charcuterie board that she envisioned would be the perfect canvas for luscious displays. That bespoke piece became a focal point of every party and the envy of her friends and family, but similar statement platters were nearly impossible to find. Feeling inspired, she started making her own custom boards by sourcing and shaping wood found in the same beautiful woodlands she enjoyed as a child into functional pieces of art for people to enjoy.  This amazing journey not only allows her creativity to flow by creating the wooden serving platters but also by instructing others how to arrange food on these platters in an artistic manner.