Au cours de cet atelier bilingue d'une demi-journée, apprenez la base du tissage tout en y incorporant divers techniques afin de créer une pièce murale ou un unique pièce d’accessoire. Vous aurez la chance d’explorer le tissage avec différentes couleurs et types de laines. Après cet atelier, vous aurez la base pour continuer vos explorations et développer votre propre style.
During this half-day bilingual workshop, we will learn the basics of weaving and create a wall hanging or wearable woven accessory! Participants will have the chance to explore different colours and textures, a variety of weaving techniques, and yarns. After this workshop participants will have the skills and knowledge required to continue developing their own weaving practice.
Instructor: Emilie Grace Lavoie
Do I need to bring anything the day of?
The materials fee for this workshop is $25.00 payable to the instructor the day of. Participants are encouraged to pack a lunch and water bottle. Please also bring your ticket, printed or presented to us using your mobile device.
Will I have access to the Kings Landing park with the purchase of my ticket?
No, if you wish to visit Kings Landing outside of the workshop times you will be required to purchase a pass for more information visit http://kingslanding.nb.ca/hours-and-prices/
Any other questions can be sent to the organizer Anna Mathis - firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Series at The Soldier's Barracks a project of the Fredericton Arts Alliance
From July 16 -22, 2018 (Monday to Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 12 am-5pm)
The River: St-John/ Wolastoq/ Saint-Jean
I imagine my ceramic and fiber objects as strange species that could live in the water but eventually mutate to live on earth. During my residency, I intent to taking the time to have my work transformed by natural habitats and highlight a way to understand how one ecology depends on another one.
Reflecting on the impact that one ecology can have on other one. How can my work be impacted by a nearby ecosystem? My recent work has open the potentiality of exploring with local matter such as local clay and the local environment found objects.