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Join our virtual craft night series to wind down, let your creative energy flow, and create a piece of art unique to you! Materials for each craft night will be made available through an online request form and can be picked up at an on campus location (for on campus residents only).

These workshops are in collaboration with the Craft Center at UC San Diego. 

Fall Quarter Workshops

Workshop #1:Sashiko & Kantha Stitching with Sarah Winston

  • Join us for a fun and informative evening where you can learn how to decorate and mend your old jeans, napkins, and more! 
  • November 19 from 6-7:30 PM
  • Register for the Zoom event here.
  • Request materials here.

Workshop #2:How You Like It with Maharani Peace Hall

  • Learn how to break creative boundaries and embrace your inner artist with Maharani, as she guides you through the creative process of abstract marker art.
  • December 3 from 7-8 PM
  • Register for the Zoom event here.

Instructor Highlight



Maharani Peace Hall

"Is a creative soul with a gigantic heart.  She is passionate about quality, equitable education for all that provides a diverse look at what the world has to offer.  She has spent over 20 years working with students of all ages, creating bonds and transforming perspectives.   

Her experiences as a Director of Before & After School Programming as well as a Community Organizer has given her a chance to see up close the lack of available funding for the arts and cultural programs and what the absence of said programs does to the community.

Her intentions are to provide the type of programs that expose people to the wonders of the world and show them how enriching and fulfilling culture, diversity, growth, and community can be.  

In addition to being an educator, Maharani is also an artist, vocalist, author, facilitator, and culinarian.  She frequently intertwines all of these creative offerings in local community events.  

Maharani's hope is that A.C.M.E. Education SD will be a place for constant growth, positive change, and worthwhile experiences for everyone."