Workshops & Events


Linocut Printmaking Workshop

Saturday, Sept 30, 1 - 4pm

Learn how to carve and hand print your very own linoleum block. This three hour workshop, led by Carmen McNall, will explore the basics of linoleum block carving and teach the skills to create an original print from start to finish. Each student comes away with the skills and take-home toolkit to continue their printmaking at home. This workshop is great as an introduction, or for those revisiting the process who are interested in learning how to linocut print at home.

Carmen McNall is a San Francisco based printmaker and installation artist. She uses the woodcut process in nontraditional ways to tell the stories of individuals from all over the world. Using the relationship of people and their environments, she creates a candid intimacy that connect us to each other.  She is deeply moved by those who work with their hands, keeping alive the artifacts of humanity.  She finds great importance in the passing down of trades from generation to generation, commanding a presence and pride as craft-makers and workers of dying traditions. 

The materials fee of $25 is included in the class price. Each student is provided with a linoleum block, carving gouges, water based ink, a roller and paper.

Please arrive with a simple 4” x 6” drawing of the image you would like to carve into your linoleum block or inspiration and ideas for your print. There will also be templates available if you don’t have a planned image.

$95* - $110 

*early bird pricing for the first four spots

Get your ticket here!

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Intro to Woodworking Workshop

Sunday, Oct 15, 12 - 4pm

Learn how to work with wood through designing and building your own coasters. This four hour workshop, led by Willy Nicholas, will teach basic woodworking skills, tool safety, basic cutting, drilling, edge treatment, gluing, sanding and finishing. At the end of the workshop you will walk away with a set of handmade coasters and a stand for them all to fit on too. No prior experience needed.

Willy Nicholas is a craftsman who lives in San Francisco and specializes in lighting design and small batch home decor items. Much of his work is derived through a multidisciplinary approach that utilizes ink drawing and abstract composition. Using abstraction, Willy draws from his fascination with industrial structures including bridges, architecture and machinery. Willy also draws from natural structures such as cliffs, mountains and trees to inspire the compositions. He uses this process to create compelling forms that he can then transform into three dimensional creations. His work is propelled by his formal woodworking training at California College of the Arts.

Each student will be provided materials, covered by the $36 materials fee, which is included in the class price. 

Please wear closed toed shoes and tie hair up if you have lengthy hair.

$130* - $140 

*early bird pricing for the first four spots

Get your ticket here!


Past Workshops & Events

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The Good Craft: Summer Pop-Up

Saturday, July 8

CelerySpace is partnering up with The Good Craft for another pop-up market! Find unique goods from a talented group of Bay Area artists. We will be donating a portion of proceeds to Lava Mae, a local non-profit. Come support your community through local arts and social justice!


Local Love: A Pop-Up Craft Market

Sunday, Feb 12

Come celebrate all kinds of love with us.
Make hand-printed valentines and shop locally-made goodies for those you love. 

Jewelry • apparel • coffee • candles • textiles•baked goods • flowers • crafts • more


Indigo Dye &
Shibori Workshop

Sunday, Jan 22

In this half-day workshop led by Neil Goss, you’ll learn the centuries-old process of indigo dyeing. You’ll get hands on experience in how to make your own vat starting with a stock solution as well as caring for and sustaining your vat for the future. Tritik, fold dye, and other shibori processes will be introduced.


Love to Give
Fashion Pop-Up

Saturday Dec 17th & Sunday Dec 18th

Make your love for giving extra special this season with talented local designers! Avoid the crowds and cozy up with warm drinks and snacks while enjoying these great offers for 2 days only!

The Good Craft Holiday Market

Saturday, Dec 10

Join us for a holiday pop-up market! Find unique gifts from independent local makers. Shop, eat & groove with us ~~

The Good Craft is the bay area's newest pop-up craft fair showcasing the work of an ever-evolving group of local artisans and makers.  

Trouble Makers presents
Critter Bitters Happy Hour

Thursday, Nov  10

Join the creators of Critter Bitters for a happier happy hour to explore the role of design in creating sustainable cultural shifts. Hear their story, learn about their insect-based cocktail mixer, participate in a co-creative design sprint, and of course — enjoy delicious drinks made with Critter Bitters.

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The Good Craft

A popup showcase of
Bay Area craft and design

Friday, Oct 21 - Opening Party
Mingle, discover and support up-and-coming independent artists at the opening party. 

Saturday, Oct 22 - Maker's Pop-up
A marketplace of radical Bay Area craft and design, with demos and wine tasting from local vintners.


Papermaking for Foragers

Saturday, July 16
In this introductory class, you’ll learn how to make personalized recycled paper resourcefully and affordably at home with what you have on hand. We’ll provide the screens and materials, and you’ll leave with sheets of your own custom paper.

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Spicy Saucy Times

Sunday, August 28

Learn techniques for using dried and fresh chilies, how to toast and roast ingredients for maximum flavor, and discuss variations and adaptations. We will create 4 different sauces and condiments from a base of dried chilies and garlic—Charred Tomato Salsa, Harissa, Romesco, and Roasted Eggplant Dip. 


Community Quilt

Saturday, April 2

Community Quilt is a participatory event calling on community collaboration and the long history of group quilting. Inspired by the spirit of community building inherent in group quilting, participants create their own arrangement of fabrics for their block design so each quilt created has aunique flavor.


Rus Like
Everyone Else

Tuesday, January 26

CelerySpace is excited to host Dutch writer Bette Adriaanse to read from her English language debut, Rus Like Everyone Else (Unnamed Press).


Roosmarijn Pallandt writing workshop

Saturday, January 30

CelerySpace is excited to welcome Dutch artist Roosmarijn Pallandt for a workshop. In this workshop Roos will share her body of work and take participants through an exercise that explore the everyday patterns we use to observe and translate our environment.