Kathe Todd-Hooker – Feb 2019
(Price reflects fees for workshop, plus two materials fee options.)
Kathe Todd-Hooker of Albany, Oregon, is an award winning tapestry weaver and instructor, dreamer, writer and sometimes historian who writes about tapestry, design, and tapestry technique. Her work consists of small format pieces (less than 15 inches square at 20-22epi). She has degrees in Craft Design from OSAC (BA) and OSU (MAIS). She is a native of the Pacific Northwest and an ardent student of myth and symbolism that often seeps into her tapestry imagery. She has studied Gobelin, Swedish, Navajo, British, Coptic, Middle Eastern, and kesa techniques from which she synthesizes techniques to solve technical and design problems in tapestry. Kathe teaches nationally and internationally and has private students who come to her studio Between & Etc. in Albany, Oregon. She administers two tapestry groups on Facebook and blogs regularly. Visit her website: betweenandetc.com.
3-day workshop: Designing a Tapestry and Making It Happen
February 7-9, 2019, 9:30am to 4pm (Thursday-Saturday)
More details below (after lecture description)
Guild members: $172
Materials fee: $15 (student’s own yarn)
Materials fee: $25 (instructor’s warp and weft yarns)
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