FREE Domestic Standard Shipping over $100.

2013 Workshops: That’s a Wrap

Mustard Workshop with Zach Negin of SoNo Trading Co.

Here at Poketo we know when to kick up our feet and savor good times. As 2013 is coming to a close, we don’t have to reflect too much to know it was a successful and great year. Aside from the delicious smorgasbord of delectable foods we ate and new peeps we met, what stands out the most are the unique and educational workshops we hosted. Our love for art and originality is clear, but we equally appreciate the bustle of a busy store that’s filled with friends and visitors who are creating, meeting and making. We feel fortunate to be surrounded by such talented artists and creatives that are willing to share their craft with us. And to them, we owe so much of our love and appreciation! We’ve put together some photos that highlight the year in workshops. Here’s to 2013 and many future workshops!

Kimchi Workshop with Lydia Kim, mother of Poketo co-founder Angie Myung.

Floral Arrangement Workshop with floral designer and stylist Kristin Caissie of Moon Canyon.

Sparkling Summer Soda Workshop with Emily Ho of Roots and Marvel.

Printing Textiles with Sunlight Workshop with Jesse Genet of Lumi.

21st Century Calligraphy Workshop with artist, illustrator and calligrapher Maybelle Imasa-Stukuls.

Branding 101 Workshop with branding guru Satsuki Shibuya.

Lighting Design Workshop with Los Angeles-based designer Brendan Ravenhill.

Visual Social Media Workshop with photographer, instagrammer and social media maven Bonnie Tsang.

autumn-floral-arrangement-workshop-96 Autumn Floral Arrangements Workshop with floral designer Yasmine Khatib.

Essential Preserving Techniques Workshop with author, editor and certified food preserver Kevin West of Saving the Season.

Holiday Wreath and Ornament Workshop with Kristen Caissie of Moon Canyon.

Yellow Owl Workshop with Yellow Owl founder Christine Schmidt.

Tagged with: Workshops

Older Post Newer Post


There are not comments yet. Be the first one to post one!

Leave a comment