Oct 08 2022


Presented by Larry Spring Museum at Spring Commons

The process of cultivating and working with living mycelium, various substrates and nutrients are discussed and demonstrated. Each participant creates a mycelium form that they can take home with them and observe its growth over several days as it transforms into a functional object, along with a kit of materials they may later explore.

In this workshop, artist Tosca Terán introduces participants to the fantastic potential of mycelium for collaboration at the intersection of art and science. Participants will learn how to cultivate mycelium affordably as a bio-material and turn their kitchens and closets into safe, mini-Mycelium bio-labs. Suggestions and inspirations for working with mycelium and various armatures (3D printed, hand-knit/crocheted, wood structures, etc.) will be discussed.

From industrial design, art, fashion, and architecture – the possibilities are seemingly endless!

This workshop is free to the public. However, space is limited.

Please sign up here

Dates & Times

2022/10/08 - 2022/10/08

Additional time info:

NEW DATE: Saturday October 8th. 

Location Info

Spring Commons

231 E. Redwood Ave., Fort Bragg, CA 95437

Parking Info

Spring Commons is available for rent. Large gates into the yard make load in easy.

The yard includes a small caravan that can be used as a stage and/or a service area

Depending on the event, we have room to park 2 cars. It is otherwise street parking.

Washroom facilities are available.