Workshop: Meet Sugru

Tuesday April 17, 2018 , 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sugru in use

Learn about Sugru, the world’s first moldable glue. Developed by Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh while studying at the Royal College of Art, Sugru is named after the Irish word for play, súgradh. Sugru's mission is to reduce waste by allowing anyone to fix, make, and improve their belongings. Sugru reacts at room temperature, crosslinking into strong, flexible, and tactile silicone rubbers overnight.

Each workshop participant may mend, tag, or mod one personal belonging. Keep your most prized possessions safe in studio by stamping them with a permanent, debossed silicone rubber nametag. Mend or mod your household items, too. Bring an item to the workshop to tag, mend, or mod! Suggested items: coffee mug, frayed cable, scissors, stapler, ruler, etc.)

First come, first served.