Celebrating 414 Day

A Renaissance Threads Workshop

Join us for our first workshop as we invite the community to be a part of the very beginning of making a vibrant tapestry of story telling and cultural exchange, weaving together the fabric of our society. 


Sunday, April 14th, 2024
11:00am – 4:00pm


Harmonic Hubs

Join us for this free and family-friendly event at a Harmonic Hub near you:

MARN Art + Culture Hub

191 N Broadway Suite 102
Milwaukee, WI 53202

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Carmen Playfield

7320 W Carmen Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53218

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Mitchell Street Arts

710 W Historic Mitchell Street
Milwaukee, WI 53204

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La Gente Art

2478 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53211

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Everyone is invited to join us at Harmonic Hubs across the city to participate in the first Renaissance Threads Workshop. This workshop is designed to inspire our community to seek out the silver linings in life, express them through art and storytelling on fabric, and ultimately empower individuals to become a silver lining themselves. It is a family-friendly workshop, and we encourage youth to participate! After the workshop, Harmonic Harvest will weave together each fabric square, and create a tapestry of unity – a physical representation of how we can come together.

During the day Harmonic Harvest will be announcing the next round of grant recipients. In the evening, we will celebrate by lighting the HOAN bridge and watch the lights dance to “Look for the Silver Linings” re-recorded by Milwaukee Jazz Institute for Harmonic Harvest. 


414 Hub Form

Please select the hub you’d like to attend:(Required)
Are you interested in volunteering at this hub?(Required)
We are a non-profit and appreciate contributions to help continue providing these workshops. Examples of supplies include: yarn/thread, paint (acrylic, glitter, watercolor), 
bubble/puffy paint, metal studs, beads (plastic & wooden), rhinestones, paint brushes, fabric scissors, glue (Craft glue, wood glue, fabric glue), and
glue guns


We may capture photos, videos, and other media during the workshop. Attendees will have the option to sign a waiver at the workshop indicating their consent or refusal for the use of their likeness in the captured media and the use of their artwork. Please feel free to approach our staff if you have any questions or concerns regarding this disclaimer.

Your participation and privacy is important to us.