hello internets! we are happy to announce that we will be running an encore version of our class this spring!
The course is $125.
sign up now!
“INTERWOVEN :: make : thread : craft : art” is a textile-based online course that will guide students in four techniques over eight weeks :: March 31 - May 23, 2014.
Each week will focus on a different textile project - and then you will get a week of "studio" time to work on your technique and project. During studio time you can reach the instructors via comments on the posts, on the class facebook page, or via email.
week 1 :: crochet
week 2 :: studio time
week 3 :: soft sculpture
week 4 :: studio time
week 5 :: embroidery
week 6 :: studio time
week 7 :: quilting
week 8 :: studio time
Each week will have daily posts:
day 1 :: complete step-by-step tutorial to learn the technique
day 2 :: an inspirational post offering other artists/crafters using this technique in exciting ways
day 3 :: descriptions/photos of possibilities for altering this technique for future use
day 4 :: an exclusive interview with a professional artist using this technique in their work
day 5 :: suggestions for further exploration including links to materials, tools, resources, and other studio tips
The private website will be available all day, every day, from the first day of class on March 31 through June 30, 2014—this way you can enjoy the information at your own speed after the course has finished on May 23.
In addition to the private online course, participants will also have access to an INTERWOVEN Facebook page where they can post their own projects and receive weekly feedback from the instructors. [Everyone who posts will receive feedback from one of the instructors on at least one image that they present.] There will also be a class hashtag for Twitter and Instagram.
The course is designed with the beginner crafter and the experienced artist in mind. It aims to offer everyone a supportive creative community, daily inspired prompts, thorough tutorials, personal feedback, insider tips for tools & resources, and inspiration to nail the basics AND take these projects to the next level.
Artists Lisa Solomon and Katrina Rodabaugh met through their studio blogs several years ago and have been friends on and off-line ever since. They share a love of colorful thread, beautiful fabrics, and using traditional crafting techniques to make contemporary art.
For more information about Lisa click here, for more information about Katrina click here.
Feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.