Led by Pegasus Creative Reuse

Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

7:30-9:30 PM

Join us at the Bath House Cultural Center for CRAFT CIRCLE on the Last Wednesday of the Month! Participants bring their current craft project (crochet, knitting, embroidery, smaller craft projects, etc!) and have focused time and space to work on their project with the community. CRAFT CIRCLE is led by Dorothy Villarreal and Ernesto Diaz, Jr. of Pegasus Creative Reuse

Artists are invited to come craft, network, and build community. This is a free event, no registration is required. 

About Pegasus Creative Reuse

Dorothy Villarreal Hailing from the South Texas borderlands, Dorothy Villarreal is the Co-Founder and CEO of Pegasus Creative Reuse, Dallas’s favorite Art Supply Thrift Shop. The daughter of immigrants, and a product of her community, Dorothy strongly believes in the importance of art, accessibility, and civic engagement and empowering people while strengthening communities. She holds her A.B. in Government with a subfield in International Relations, and a secondary in Ethnicity, Migration, and Rights from Harvard University and her M.S.Ed in Higher Education from the University of Pennsylvania. In her spare time, Dorothy enjoys trying to nail her abuelita’s salsa recipe, collecting books, and watching her two cats tolerate her four dogs.

Ernie Diaz Ernie, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Pegasus Creative Reuse, is a North Louisiana transplant that has made his home in Dallas for the past eight years. He holds his degree from Louisiana Tech University with a focus in Sustainable Supply Chain Management, History, and Romantic Era Literature. Ernie has always loved exploring how art and creative processes can benefit our personal health and build community. Combining his background in Logistics and Product Operations with his love for the arts, Ernie has fostered one of the most exciting community hubs in Dallas. In his spare time, he likes to let his four dogs and two cats on the bed even though he’s not supposed to.