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Day Guild: 9am social time; 9:30am business meeting; 10:30am program
Evening Guild: 7pm social time/show & tell; 8pm program
|Day Guild||September 14, 2009||Working in Series Part I|
|Evening Guild||September 15, 2009||Working in Series Part II|
Archie and Susan are internationally known tapestry artists. Visit their website at http://www.brennan-maffei.com/.
|Day Guild||October 12, 2009||Retrospective of an Artist|
|Evening Guild||October 13, 2009||
Professional Years: Residency Development or Work and Instructions
Workshop: Saturday & Sunday, 10/10-11
Techniques for Felted Neck Adornment
Workshop: Wednesday & Thursday, 10/14-15
Single-Handled Bag Using 2-D Resist
Lisa is a studio artist and educator and operates her business StrongFelt out of Ashville, NC. She exhibits and creates sculptural and wearable felted textiles. Visit her website at: http://www.strongfelt.com.
|Day Guild||November 9, 2009||Introduction to Woven Shibori|
|Evening Guild||November 10, 2009||Contemporary Lace|
Introduction to Woven Shibori
This program introduces Catharine's early work and chronicles the discovery and exploration of woven shibori and its many applications. She will discuss inspirations and problem solving.
Lace, by definition, is "a constructed textile that has opaque and transparent areas." What are the opportunities for weavers to explore the concept of lace? We will take a look at nontraditional, contemporary lace, woven and non-woven, using construction, burn-out and the concept of transparency.
Workshop: Friday- Sunday, 11/13-15
Woven Shibori -- An Introduction to Weaving Structures and Dyes
Catharine Ellis taught the Professional Craft Fiber Program at Haywood Community College for 30 years and is now devoted to studio work, travel and workshop teaching. She continues to explore new applications of woven shibori including Jacquard and industrial production. Catharine has taught and exhibited internationally. She is the author of Woven Shibori (Interweave Press, 2005) and her work has been featured in Fiberarts Magazine, Surface Design Journal and other publications. Her weaving is inspirational and her techniques are always cutting edge. Visit her website at: http://www.ellistextiles.com.
|December 14, 2009||Donna Brown of Wyoming -- Wearable Art Trunk Show|
|Evening Guild||December 15, 2009||Holiday Potluck Dinner & Ornament Exchange|
Day Meeting: Donna Brown is a native of Sydney, Australia. She is the Professor of Textiles and Merchandising at the University of Wyoming in Laramie where she combines her passions for textiles, art, and education. Donna will be sharing her wearable art collection. Her work has been features in the Everyone Loves Sulky Challenge, Hobbs Bonded Fibers Fashion Show, Hoffman Challenge and the Fairfield and Bernina Fashion shows. She was a grand prize winner in the Inspired by Threads Challenge.
Evening Meeting: Our Christmas party will start at 6:30 pm at Shuttles, Spindles, and Skeins. Bring a Christmas treat to share and a wrapped, homemade Christmas ornament. Drinks, plates, utensils, etc. will be provided. Feel free to bring your own plates and utensils in order to cut down on our trash footprint.