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When Jessica Shain and Tarin Holcomb started Fullosophie more than a year ago, their focus was on providing healthful food. And while they were quite successful, the duo has since quit the quinoa in favor of offering nutrients for the soul, if you will. The rebranded company is now connecting artisans and teachers in the community through their workshop series in Dallas and in San Francisco. (Jess is based in California, while Tarin heads up the company here.)
We're excited to note that two upcoming classes still have space: The photography and editing workshop on February 23, and a floral design workshop on March 9. If you can't make either of those dates, Jess and Tarin are busy scheduling future classes, including ones on embroidery basics and on jewelry design.
· Fullosophie [Official Site]