Results of Our First Class

At the beginning of August we hosted our first official class. The Tacoma Public Libraries have meeting rooms which are free to rent! We decided that for our first class, we would build medieval weapons out of office materials. We publicized to the best of our ability with no advertising budget. To no ones surprise, … Continue reading Results of Our First Class

Update

We have been at a bit of a standstill on in person classes until we find space. We have just received notice that we will be able to host our first official class at the Tacoma Library's Main Branch in August! OnĀ  Tuesday, August 7, 2018 from 11:00am to 1:00pm we will be learning physics … Continue reading Update

Repair and Alteration is Sustainable Fashion

Manufacturing.... Any manufacturing...has an environmental cost. Producing raw materials...any raw materials...has an environmental cost. Throwing out an old item also has an environmental cost. For these reasons, the most environmentally friendly thing you can do is repair things. Yes, it is better to keep driving that old gas car until it cannot be fixed any … Continue reading Repair and Alteration is Sustainable Fashion

A Historical Inspired Future of Fashion

Up until the fairly recently clothes were intended to be used for many years. As such sustainability was built into the design. If we look back to a time before fast fashion, we can learn a lot that will help us make our future brighter. Let's start way back. Hunter-Gatherer societies know the value of … Continue reading A Historical Inspired Future of Fashion

Goals

I often feel at a loss of how to describe what I do. Children of Curiosity is so multi-faceted that it is hard to find the 'elevator pitch' phrase to get people's attention. "I make things to sell to make money for a pay what you can school." is usually what I say, but that … Continue reading Goals