In this workshop the students will be introduced to the SAORI Philosophy of Weaving:
1. Consider the differences between machines and people
2. Be bold and adventurous
3. Look out through eyes that shine
4. Inspire one another and everyone in the group
This beautiful philosophy from Japan opens new ways of exploring weaving, whether you have never woven before or have been weaving for many years.
SAORI looms will be provided and we will start with weaving and the exploration of colour and texture – like painting with yarn. During the workshop the students will be able to complete at least two weavings. We will also look at things like 3-dimensional woven creations, one-of-a-kind wearable art and clothing design.
As there are ‘no rules and no mistakes’ in this style of weaving, the possibilities of what we will do in the 5 days is endless. Each student will be encouraged to explore things that are of interest to them in this expressive style of weaving.
NOTE: If you have your own loom to bring to class, please contact the MISSA office.
Prices are listed in Canadian Dollars and include daily lunch/snacks, relevant materials fees and any applicable taxes
Terri Bibby has been offering classes, workshops and retreats In her studio in the woods on Salt Spring Island since 2007. Topics include the SAORI philosophy, weaving, warping and clothing design. Her own weaving is inspired by the ever-changing colours and textures of nature that surround her.Click here to read more about TERRI BIBBY
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