Weaving as Collage • November 17
Adult, Adult Classes, Featured Class
Thursday, November 17, 6 – 9 pm
Keep weaving fresh and contemporary with this beginner-level, three-hour workshop where you will develop basic weaving techniques to create your own collaged, sculptural woven artwork. The use of non-traditional hand-looms and hand-weaving techniques will be examined, including but not limited to plain weave, twill, and embroidery. Assemble your own looms to learn what it means to construct, deconstruct, and reconstruct weavings to communicate form, balance, and meaning. Basic weaving experience a plus.
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Alonzo Pantoja received their MFA in Fine Arts and Visual Studies with an emphasis in fiber and installation from Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) and their BFA in Painting and Drawing from University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Having recently completed a residency at Ox Bow School of Art, their weaving and installation-based work has been included in numerous exhibitions and featured in Hyperallergic and Design and Living magazine. Currently they are an Adjunct Instructor in the department of art and design at Augsburg University and a Continuing Education Instructor at MCAD. www.alonzopantoja.com
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