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Creative Classes: Off-Loom Weaving

Currently this class is at capacity, but please call (720)913-0130 to be added to a wait list.


6-week course. In this class, students will investigate a selection of fiber-based objects in the collection of the Denver Art Museum. The course will be an exploration into the process and techniques used by specific fiber artists to create their artworks. Focusing on notions of off-loom weaving, participants will be encouraged to explore various methods while responding to their own interests. Open to all skill levels. Masks strongly encouraged.

Class 1: Experiment with finger weaving and crochet techniques to create individual fabric sculptures. Taking inspiration from Moon Worshiper by Tadek Beutlich

Class 2: Hand stitching a Crazy Quilt square with needle and thread, after exploring quilts in the museum’s collection.

Class 3: Create a sculptural coiled basket using paper, glue, and staples. Inspired by Norma Minkowitz’s sculpture, Legs.

Class 4: Create a “fabric” using found objects, as seen in the practice of El Anatsui.

Class 5: Sculpt forms using burlap, jute, and glue. Inspired by Magdelena Abakanowicz’s Standing Figure.

Class 6: Transform a common chair into a work of art using fibers materials. Inspired by Anton Alvarez’s The Thread Wrapping Machine Stool.

Materials: Students will purchase their own materials for this course. Materials will cost $10-$50 for this class. A materials list will be provided following registration.

Educator: Elizabeth Morisette,

Additional Notes: This course includes an Open Studio 2:00pm-3:00pm, following each class.

Wednesday, March 30, 2022 - 12:00 PM - 1 Remaining
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