An event every week that begins at 1:30 pm on Thursday, repeating until March 10, 2022
Felt, the result of the tangling of wool fibers, is the oldest textile known in human history. Felt has always been used for practical purposes and in recent years has grown in favor as a fine art medium. Through a series of projects, we will explore various techniques for creating felt in two and three dimensions. This class is appropriate both for beginners and those with some experience, who may choose to take a deeper dive into each project.
All materials will be supplied, with the addition of a few readily available household items. A materials fee of $40 is to be paid directly to the instructor. Supplies can be picked up at the AIC office a few days before the start of the series, or mailed for an additional fee. Registration closes on Jan 18.
***Please note, this class will be held over Zoom.***
Minimum Number of Students: 4
Maximum Number of Students: 8
Materials Fee: $40 (paid to the instructor)
Date: Series of 6 weekly classes beginning Thur, Jan 27 (Jan 27, Feb 3, 10, 17, Mar 3 & 10)
Instructor: Elizabeth Stubbs is a felt artist living and working in Nahant, Massachusetts. She has a BFA from Boston University School for the Arts in painting, and has spent many years as a fine artist, illustrator, and teacher. She also holds a MEd from Antioch University in Early Childhood with a Waldorf certificate. It was during this teacher training that she was first exposed to the art of felt making and has been making felt for over 20 years. She teaches felt making classes and workshops in the greater Boston area.