Creative Atelier: Exploring your Inner Artist Workshop© with Natalie Grambow
In this workshop, students will explore creativity in every sense: discovering how to develop an idea by being guided through the elements and principles of design as well as colour theory and studies as they relate to visual art.
FibreWorks Studio & Gallery
12887-12889 Sunshine Coast Highway, Madeira Park, BC
For more info http://www.fibreworksgallery.com/
Vancouver Arts Gallery, Vancouver BC
This exhibition, being held at the VAG until January 20th, is a survey of more than forty runway looks of Guo Pei; one of China’s leading couturières. This collection includes looks from 2006 to 2017. Please click here for more information.
Lecture by Ivan Sayers: A History on Titanic’s Legendary Fashion Styles
Nov 16-17, Richmond BC
Fashion historian Ivan Sayers will be diving into the past and will explore the influences that lead to the beautiful and iconic style of the passengers aboard the Titanic and of the early 1910’s.
The in-depth slide presentation will delve into popular and fashionable items from the period. There will be discussions on the social and political influences on fashion, the effects of the woman’s suffragist movement, and a story of how past fashion trends lead to the fashion style aboard the Titanic and where it went from there.
For more info and to reserve: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/lecture-by-ivan-sayers-a-history-on-titanics-legendary-fashion-styles-tickets-52212561176
Fibre Week 2019 – July 5 – 11
Weekend classes, a merchant mall and fleece shows, Master Spinner and Master Weaver programs. Social events, food and accommodation services right on campus, our great stores and shops, and a Calgary airport shuttle.
Stay tuned to this page: more information will be available late December 2018 about the event’s activities and classes. Registration opens March 2019.
FibreWorks Studio & Gallery is pleased to announce that it will be a satellite campus for the Olds College Master Weaver Program commencing spring of 2019
The Master Weaver Program is consists of five progressive levels of classroom and independent study involving skill development, research studies and project assignments. It provides an educational environment in which an individual can acquire the skill to become an independent weaver.
Each level includes 5 consecutive days (30 hours) of a face-to-face workshop, followed by 125-175 hours of independent study on homework assignments. The face-to-face workshop will take place at FibreWorks Studio & Gallery, and the homework assignments are due a year after the workshop is completed. This allows students to then enrol in the next level in the following year.
MARCH 20th – 24th, 2019: Master Weaver Level 1: Students should be experienced weavers, and are expected to be able to warp a loom independently at the outset of the class, and be conversant with basic weaving language and tools. Independent weaving experience is essential. Bring your own loom and equipment if possible.
INSTRUCTOR: JEAN CURRY
Email the gallery for more info.
Italian Cultural Centre, Vancouver BC
Until December 30th
This exhibition features sixteen of the leading female fibre artists in BC, and celebrates the history of women in textile. It is showing at the Italian Cultural Centre until December 30th. Please click here for more information.