Textiles core curriculum includes intro level sewing classes, as well as introductory classes for needle work (embroidery and quilting), yarn work (knitting and crochet), and more. We also offer intermediate level sewing classes, and other one off classes and one day workshops that touch on a variety of skills and practices.
Textiles classes can be found here.
The space is also available for use by artists through our open studio and studio renter programs, more information can be found on those below.
Located in the Main Building (Studio 316), our Textile studio features:
- 6 Singer 4423 Heavy Duty Sewing Machines
- A large light table
- A small library of sewing patterns for a variety of sizes
- A variety of needlework hand tools
- A variety of yarn work hand tools
- A library of books about various textile and fibers history and practices
Open Studio Access
Open studio hours are regularly offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10AM-1PM. Open studios are a great fit for those with a basic knowledge of textile work, and a wish to work without instruction, at their own pace.
Access to open studio hours are available to every student who takes a 3+ week class in our textiles studio, and are also available to any textile artists who would like to work in a community use space for a flat, monthly rate.
Passport Information and Details
Monthly Studio Renter Access
Designed for self sufficient, trained textile artists looking for studio access, the renter program provides unrestricted access to the space and equipment outside of pre-scheduled classes. If you have participated in the open studio program, and feel confident in your practice, this is an ideal next step in your journey as a textile artist. To be eligible to be a renter in this space, 1+ months of being in our open studio program is required.
Book Your Monthly Renter Printmaking Access
Fibers and Fine Arts Studio Manager