Examine the many possibilities of creating woven forms using a simple frame loom. Students begin by experimenting with the basic techniques of tapestry and plain weave as they explore ways of creating surface, image, texture, and various color effects within a woven form. Contemporary weaving projects, along with historical references, will be presented through discussions, visual presentations, demonstrations, and readings. This course is open to all levels.
"I found the course to be challenging and flexible."
– Student from Frame Loom Weaving
Registration for this course is closed.
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|Class meeting time||6:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
|Class meeting days||Tuesday|
|Building and room||Sharp Building, 402|
|Course instructor||Katie Ann Vota|