*Please note, summer pottery programs are limited due to studio closures for renovations.

$100.00

Arts and Heritage Foundation St. Albert

Fibre Arts – Playing with Colour

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Instructor: Elana Goodfellow

Step up your fibre arts skills and explore blending coloured fibres using hand carders. Learn about the magic of optical colour blends for fibre artists using science-based and traditional colour wheels. Discover how tints and shades can create alternative colour wheels

The provided materials include 250 grams of unspun, dyed fibre and a booklet to take home. No experience is required. The course will include a one-hour lunch break, with a fridge and microwave available onsite.

Elana Goodfellow has been hand spinning for 12 years and has acquired her Master Spinner Certification from Olds College. Her passion is exploring, continuing and revitalizing the art and craft of the past. Teaching, writing and sharing hand-spinning techniques are part of that journey. You can find Elana on Instagram at @twotimesinfinity.

 

Ages: 14+

Location: Historic River Lots4 Meadowview Drive, St. Albert

Date: August 24, 10 am–3 pm

$100.00

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