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Woven Mandalas: Weaving in the Round

Workshop Details

Schedule: Friday, 5pm – 7pm
Length: 2 Hours
Ticket: $48

Description: Beginner’s Weaving, just like Tapestry, but weaving in the round. Students will learn how to warp a round loom and weave for texture, while exploring a variety of different materials to create color and texture. Weave with yarn, raw wool roving and even mac cord and experiment with texture and negative space. Warp, weave and finish in one sitting.

*Workshop ticketing will include an additional $1, as a donation to the Arts Council of Wyoming County. This donation supports rural arts and artists working in your communities. This donation will be added to your transaction at checkout and is non-refundable. Thank for being a patron of the arts!

Classes requires a minimum number of students to run, as set by your instructor. If this class is canceled, the call to cancel and refund will be made 48 hours prior. Workshops are non-refundable except in cases where the class is canceled by ACWC. They may be transferred.

Instructor: Tami Fuller
Skill Level: Beginners
Minimum Class Size to Run: 5
Age: Adult (16+)
Students Should Bring:

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Bio: Tami Fuller is a second-generation fiber artist and educator. Her work integrates the traditional foundations of hand-constructed processes with modern technique. Her workshops are designed with an eye toward revitalizing and modernizing fiber, ensuring the continuation of these skill sets by exposing the art form to new people within new contexts. She teaches retreats and workshops throughout the North East. Her work has received awards from NY Sheep and Wool and the Carnegie Art Center. In 2022, she was defined as a WNY artist culture-maker and a recipient of the NY Council on the Arts “Creatives Rebuild NY” grant, tasked with rebuilding arts access post-COVID. She has shown in several solo and group shows locally and her work can be found in collections in the United States and Australia.