Mehndi is the Hindi word for henna painting, a traditional art form from the Middle East. It’s applied for luck as well as joy and beauty.
The artist, Carrie Kan, has been a professional henna artist and jewelry maker for last 11 years. She has always been fascinated with body adornment and Middle Eastern arts. It was when her mother refused to let her get a tattoo that she discovered the wonderful art of henna body art. She will be at the library to share her technique on this fun and temporary body adornment.
Because space is limited, registration is required. Registration begins on June 24th. Visit the Library or call 401-333-2552 x2.
This program is funded by the Friends of the Cumberland Public Library.