Two day workshops, or two half day workshops required - at least two days apart. Students will be shown how to create new fabrics, trap objects/artwork into fabric. Felt making Synthetic Bonding The students will then be encouraged to embellish, sculpt, or adapt their fabric in the second workshop. This can be as an art piece, or a finished product, a wall hanging, and can involve any form of fabric embellishment preferred.
Phone: 07 8248655
BA (hons) Textile Design, PGCE Design and Technology.
Fully registered NZ Secondary School Teacher. I have worked full time as Teacher of Technology up to NCEA L3 including Achievement Standards.
Member of the Fibre Arts group, Hamilton.
Exhibiting work and performing workshops at Twin Rivers Art Gallery, Ngaruawahia.
Trained handloom and Jacquard weaver, and Textile Artist, exploring art in textile form.
I love all types of printing, dye effects, multi media collage.
Surface Pattern, repeat patterns, applied design - a speciality.
Arts Practice Medium: Visual Arts
Topics or Genres of Expertise: Textile Art/Sculpture
Languages Spoken: English
Target Age Group: Senior Primary, Junior Secondary, Senior Secondary
Preferred Group Size: Medium (9-20)
2008 - February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Space and Resources Required: Materials, some materials such as felt fibres and synthetic fibres provided, materials for trapping and actual felt process need to be provided by school.
- $40 per hour
- $10 per student
- Materials: $60
Mode of Delivery: Workshop
Cultural Context: Any
Hamilton Girls High school - Teacher of Technology 2007
Programme Materials Provided for Schools: Yes