Nancy Jackson (2) firstname.lastname@example.org Instruction in my studio includes a complete curriculum of Gobelin/Aubusson traditional weaving and cartooning, beginner to advanced. Maximum of 4 students. Discounted housing for travelers. WEBSITE: http://www.timshelstudio.com/
Kathy Spoering(1) email@example.com I teach beginning to advanced tapestry workshops, with an emphasis on translating design elements into tapestry techniques. Designing and using cartoons to weave from a personal viewpoint are also addressed. WEBSITE: http://home.bresnan.net/~kspoering/
Maria Kovacs (3) firstname.lastname@example.org I teach tapestry weaving at Halcyon Yarn in Bath, Maine. Instruction is usually 2 day mini courses in Tapestry 101. Information available on the Halcyon Yarn WEBSITE:http://www.halcyonyarn.com/
Tamar Shadur (1,2) email@example.com I teach tapestry workshops at the Fiber Art Center in Amherst, MA. I teach beginners and advanced beginners tapestry techniques, design and a historical survey. I or the Fiber Art Center provide yarns and basic materials and the students use my small, upright metal looms.
Traudi Bestler (1,3) firstname.lastname@example.org I teach beginning and intermediate level tapestry and other weaving classes, part of which is devoted to design: creating a pleasing composition, making it weavable and choosing colors. I also teach yarn dyeing and dyeing for special effects in tapestry. Check the following websites for registration or contact me.
Minnetonka Center for the Arts, Minnetonka, MN www.minnetonkaarts.org North House Folk School, Grand Marais, MN www.northhouse.org Weavers Guild of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN www.weaversguildmn.com
Robin Reider (1,2) email@example.com Tapestry teacher of Pictoral Tapestry/Color Grading workshop , Tapestry from every Angle workshop, Autumn Vegetal Dye Extravaganza. Teaching from her studio, private and small groups, travel to guilds welcome. WEBSITE:www.weavingsbyrobin.com
Irwin & Lisa Trujillo (1,3) firstname.lastname@example.org We teach Chimayo weaving. It is the 20th century development with the 400 year-old Rio Grande weaving tradition of Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. We encourage students to weave with limited planning involved, focusing on work growing on the loom. This is a tapestry technique well suited to spontaneity and requires a comfort with logical and mathematical thinking. WEBSITE: http://www.chimayoweavers.com/
Sandy Creek Weavers: Emily B. Hyatt and Victoria Sowers email@example.com Victoria and Emily conduct week-long tapestry weaving residencies in schools and communities throughout the Southeast. Using a 200 year-old colonial floor loom, we focus on introductory techniques and concepts from a historical perspective. WEBSITE:www.sandycreekweavers.com
Beverly Walkerwalkerronbev@windstream.net Beverly has been weaving tapestries for over 14 years and has won several awards in juried competitions. She is a fiber artist who instructs all ages of students in the various technical aspects of using fibers to create fine art.
Damascus Fiber Arts School 14711 SE Anderson Rd.
Damascus, OR 97089 503-558-1727
The Damascus Fiber Arts School offers instruction in tapestry and Navajo weaving, Ravenstail Twining, knitting, spinning and other occasional classes. Audrey Moore and Terry Olson teach tapestry and Navajo weaving. WEBSITE:www.damascusfiberartsschool.com
Sharon Marcus (1) SMMarcus@compuserve.com My specialty in teaching is to assist students attain their creative potential in tapestry (and other media) through the integration of concept development, design and critique. My approach is to encourage students to work from their own strengths and life experience, rather than from general “formulas”.
Kathe Todd-Hooker (1,2) firstname.lastname@example.org I teach all levels from beginning to intermediate with an emphasis on creating instruction that is tailored to the individual needs of each student.
I teach small format and large format tapestry weaving, tapestry skills, journaling for personal imagery, designing cartoons, avoiding problem and fixing problems in tapestry and colour theory. The technical skills that I teach are based on many different tapestry traditions. WEBSITE:http://www.peak.org/~spark/fine.html
Grete Bodogaard (1,2,3) email@example.com
I am a Norwegian Tapestry weaver having taught Norwegian Tapestry Techniques in the US for over 30 years. Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced.
Have looms-will travel!
Linda Weghorst (1,2) firstname.lastname@example.org I have 25 years of teaching experience in the textile arts. I primarily teach tapestry weaving and design. I teach at Conferences, Craft Schools, in my studio and for Weaving Guilds. I am willing to travel.