In 2018 Arkansas Arts & Fashion Forum (AAFF) launched a year long Educational Pilot Program made possible by a generous grant from the Walton Family Foundation. This year of programming has focused on developing opportunities for those interested in the synthesis of fashion and art to learn professional skills towards the goal of incubating a true fashion industry in Arkansas.
AAFF has hosted workshops across the spectrum of professionalization for participants eager to get involved in the growing fashion community. Past workshops include Beginners Sewing, to Model Bootcamps, Hair and Makeup Best Practices for Diversity and Inclusion, to Product Development and the Power of an Item.
The workshop series is extremely successful and highly adaptive to the demands of the community. We are continuing to developing workshops into late 2019 and 2020. If you are interested in hosting a workshop or participating in future workshops, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PAST WORKSHOPS
- Sewing Workshops
- Event Production Workshops
- Hair & Makeup Workshops
- Model Bootcamps
- Spring 2019 Collaboration with TASC & Stitches
- Fall 2018 Collaboration with ACOM
FALL 2019 OPEN HOUSE
On Monday, November 18th at our Downtown Springdale headquarters, we opened our doors to the community to share more about our non-profit organization and our new educational programming open to the public such as:
-Hair and Makeup Workshops
Arkansas Arts & Fashion Forum works closely with local creatives and designers to provide the tools, resources, and support needed to educate and empower our community. Our mission is to create a self-sustaining fashion industry right here in Arkansas. We are also work directly with community members to train them for Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week.
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