d*s diy lighting event with lindsey adelman!

by Grace Bonney

I’ve been anxiously awaiting this event for weeks now and am thrilled to announce a little DIY get-together we’re having this week in Brooklyn as part of Design Downtown, an event series at the Nightwood pop-up shop! This Wednesday, October 6th, from 7–9pm, Brooklyn-based lighting designer Lindsey Adelman will join Amy and me for a DIY lighting workshop. Lindsey will teach us how to make a cage lighting fixture using string, yarn, rope and rattan, followed by a re-wiring demonstration with BuildItGreen! If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at re-wiring a light or making your own cage light for your home, this event is for you. Because this is a hands-on workshop, spaces are limited so Lindsey can have time to check in on everyone personally. If you want to join us this Wednesday evening (I hope you do, we’re going to have a great time!) please RSVP via email right here (shanice at beatschermerhorn dot com) to reserve your spot. Because we’re providing all the supplies, the cost is $25 per person, but you’ll leave with your very own handmade lamp at the end of the evening. So come join Lindsey, Amy and me this Wednesday from 7-9pm! Hope to see you there. xo, grace

*Lindsey is starting a fantastic new monthly series called “You Make.” Starting October 15th, Lindsey will share fun DIY projects on her site. Stay tuned for the launch soon!

Event: Design Downtown‘s DIY Lighting Workshop with Lindsey Adelman and Design*Sponge
Date: Wednesday, October 6th
Time: 7-9pm
Location: Be@Schermerhorn Courtyard, 189 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, NY
Cost: $25 per person (All of your supplies will be provided and you’ll go home with your own customized cage light!)

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