Tiza Arts is an intergenerational family business of jewelry and paper mâché makers. Ever since a contest in 2008 Zita and Marco have been making paper mache sculptures together. A few years afterwards Marco wanted a saxophone and made jewelry to pay for it. They realized that they could use those skills start a business, due to their joint distaste for working at places where their creativity was stifled.
They will be at The Learnary Saturday, October 5th showing and selling their wondrous creations.
Zita and Marco invite you to come co-create a big cardboard sculpture through the day at the curioisty table so that people of all ages can come create and make together. Come join them.
The Learnary is excited to support local makers in this way.