Join our MASS Collective friends at The Bakery in this three hour course covering the basics of maintaining and troubleshooting your automobile.
Concepts covered in this course:
- Basic parts of an engine
- Basic maintenance and safety checks
- Common troubleshooting
- Roadside Emergencies
- Changing a spare tire
- Jumping a dead battery
COST: $60 - Additional 10% discount for Homestead Atlanta members (with Membership Discount Code)
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Ticket Sales end two days before the event begins.
Please be prepared to supply an contact phone number in case of last minute scheduling changes.In the event of incelement weather this class will be moved to MASS Collective and attendees will be contacted via email.
About the Instructor:
Julia Hill was born in New Orleans, LA in 1983. She studied sculpture and printmaking at Tulane University and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2005.
Julia’s work incorporates many different genres, including performance, installation, puppetry, metal fabrication, carpentry, ceramics, drawing, and painting. Her large-scale puppets have been performed at The High Museum, The World of Coca-Cola, The Atlanta Zoo, The Hambidge Center, The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and numerous regional parades and festivals.
In addition to her studio pursuits, Julia Hill works as an art and technical director, designing and constructing physical components for other artists and productions. She enjoys collaboration, has a passion for facilitating artistic visions, and enjoys repurposing materials and exploring creativity with humans of all ages. Julia Hill lives in Atlanta, GA.