Fibers from a Wild Landscape

Date: 
Sat, 12/02/2017 - 9:00am to 5:00pm
Age: 
18 and up.

This is a daily course, please bring your own food. Camping is available by request.

Humankind’s relationship to fibers and fiber technology stretches back along our time line thousands upon thousands of years, resulting in a globally practiced, rich, and varied tradition.  In our modern age, we have access to seemingly endless inexpensive synthetic fibers.  While useful, this has reduced our need to procure, process, and provide them for ourselves, and distanced ourselves from the plants and animals that provide these materials.  This class invites you to return to a practice that we have relied upon for countless generations.  Come process a variety of plant and animal based fibers, gain a better understanding of string technology from identification, processing, basic spinning, in the hand weaving, and create some beautiful and functional works of art. Stay or come back for Sunday and use the fibers you have made in the Twined Basketry Class.

 

Recurring Dates: 
Sunday, November 25, 2012 - 11:15am

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Price: 
$100.00
Deposit: 
$25.00

Directions, Gear & Logistics

Logistical information about what to bring for your class, camping during overnight courses, directions and so forth can be found here.

Online registrations are preferred, but registration by mail is accepted.

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