Austin Fiber Artists


AFA Workshops

Austin Fiber Arts has a long tradition of providing transformative educational experiences in the visual arts. We bring together an outstanding faculty of emerging and renowned artists and professional educators from all over the Texas and beyond. Instruction covers a broad spectrum of fiber arts crafts, techniques and media.  A workshop at Austin Fiber Arts can truly be a life-changing experience.

AFA encourages rigorous inquiry and purposeful risk-taking. We value diversity of artistic expression and provide meaningful experiences for all our participants.

Please contact Lori Bier or our Workshop Chair for information about upcoming scheduled Austin Fiber Artists Email Juliann, workshops

 

Japanese Boro Workshop Nov. 13th

WORKSHOP — NOVEMBER 13th 9am to 4 pm with lunch break (Location: CRAFT, 4704 E Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78702http://madeatcraft.com/) BORO Boro is the Japanese art of mending using layers of fabric and running stitches, often in the traditional form of embroidery...

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Workshop Design with Susie Monday

"DESIGN FROM YOUR STRENGTHS" With Susie Monday Thursday, October 19, 2017. doors open at 9:00, bring your own lunch workshop goes until 4:00 pm, Fee: $70.00 for members and $80.00 for non-members The workshop location is in the Holy Cross Sunday School bldg, 4622...

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Basket Making Workshop June 24th

Basket Making Instructor : Cricket Rose Check out her baskets on her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/cricket.rose Date:  Sat. June 24 th Time:  10 to 4 (Be sure and bring your lunch!) Place:  Holy Cross Church. Gold painted house on the other side of the...

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Meg Wilson: Nunofelting – November 2016

Meg Wilson, known for her weaving, will lead a workshop on nunofelting. Explore the three Fundamental Methods of Nunofelting. Saturday, November 5, 2016, doors open at 9:00 for set-up; workshop starts at 10:000 to 4:00 pm; (bring your lunch- fridge and microwave...

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Sue Foss- Nozome Fabric Painting June 2016

June 11th- Nozome Community Cloth Project The original concept was developed by Hiroshi Saito, a Japanese artist. His idea was for work to represent “feelings” and to give back through creating community dyed banners to 'give hope' to a community or a cause in need....

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