6 weeks, meeting once weekly for an hour, live instruction via WebEx! You must have a computer with a webcam and mic in order to participate in this virtual class. WebEx app should be downloaded in advance. For step-by-step instructions for downloading WebExmeetingsclick here:https://www.webex.com/downloads.html
Backstrap weaving, an enduring form of weaving has been practiced in countries such as Peru, Guatemala, Japan and Mexico. In Guatemala, children learn to weave around age 7. Students in this class will receive their very own, simplified backstrap loom along with a handcrafted, wooden shuttle. Students will also weave with beads! With fun, brightly colored, shiny beads, students will design and weave armbands or bracelets and a necklace.
Includes Art Box with tools/supplies. All supplies included!
Parents/Guardians must pick up tool/supply box from the Arts Center: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 AM-5:00 PM, October 8-15, 2020.
Call the Arts Center for more information: (706) 613-3623 or for technical support.
Toni Carlucci has been teaching at the Lyndon House Arts Center for over 20 years, going back to the historic house. For 11 years, she taught children all over Georgia and South Carolina how to weave using techniques inspired by Peruvian, African and Native American weaving. She holds an MFA in Fabric Design from UGA. She loves to draw and is passionate about showing others that they can learn to draw.
[This is a virtual class. It does not meet in-person.]
Please note: This program is subject to change, cancellation based on CDC and Georgia Governor guidelines as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.