June 28, 2020 – July 11, 2020
In this workshop students will explore a variety of woven structures while learning tips, tricks and techniques for weaving efficiently on floor looms. You will experiment with materials, colors and concepts as you create several woven samples on different looms while learning many woven structures. Participants will build on their discoveries while designing and weaving a project independently while exploring color and concepts. Throughout class you will gain the knowledge and confidence to create your own woven work. Open to all skill levels.
COURSE FEE: $1050
Kim Mirus is an artist, educator and craftsperson who weaves visualizations of environmental and social data using traditional craft techniques. She has a BFA in Crafts, a BA in Art Education, and a National Board Certification for teaching art. Mirus has taught at Penland School of Craft, The Crucible, and numerous public schools. She has enjoyed completing artist residencies and research across the U.S., internationally and in the Arctic.
In order to complete your registration, a $300 deposit is required.