Wednesdays, April 25 - June 13, 4:30-6pm

Fantastic Fiber: Ages 7-10

Explore the endless creative possibilities of fiber! Fiber is an ever-changing medium grounded in centuries-old traditions, forms, and materials. We will stitch, embroider, applique, weave, and felt while we learn about historical fiber traditions and contemporary fiber art. Fiber can be striking, intricate, or even sculptural, and just as interesting as drawing and painting. During this course, we will use embroidery thread, cloth, yarn, and recycled goods to create our own fiber work. The elements of art, including color, shape, texture, and form, will also be studied.




Wednesdays, April 25 – June 13, 4:30-6pm


Arianna Pieragostini

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