WGM Workshops are intensive, short term, (typically 2-5 days) learning opportunities lead by national or internationally-recognized instructors. WGM typically offers 3-5 workshops each year, depending on teacher and classroom availability.
Workshops may have one or more of the following goals:
1. Provide an intensive experience on a specific technique
2. Introduce new concepts or techniques
3. Complement classes offered by WGM faculty
4. Challenge participants to explore new fibers, techniques or structures
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October: Cutting Loose with Tied Weaves with Robyn Spady
Join us for Robyn Spady’s artist talk, Weaving Innovations from the Bateman Collection on Thursday, October 12 at 7:00pm in the Textile Center auditorium.
Dr. William G. Bateman created a collection of woven samples that is ominous and impressive, but largely unseen since Dr. Bateman’s work far exceeds the samples included in the six monographs published in the 1980’s by the Shuttle Craft Guild. In this presentation, Robyn Spady will share some of Dr. Bateman’s most innovative work and how he took some weave structures to new heights.