6 Sessions, Saturday, once a month from March-August 2018 10am-2pm
Free, Registration Required
Tickets released 4 weeks before event date
PLEASE have respect for others, do not sign up for a program and not show up
Six opportunities for gathering, learning, and making in tune with the land. Each session will be a profile of a different local fibre, including how to harvest and prepare it, and ways to work with it. We’ll explore different traditional hand skills that are the foundation of many weaving techniques.
Sponsored by Vancouver Park Board: Arts Culture and Engagement Dept.
Locations: Trillium North Park ( corner of Malkin and Thornton St), Means of Production Garden ( corner of E. 6th and St Catherines)
MAR 17 : branch splitting and fence weaving at MOP
APRIL 28: bark stripping and fence weaving at TRILLIUM
MAY 19: wool introduction and drop spindling clinic at TRILLIUM
JUNE 16: blackberry and vines for braiding at MOP
JULY 14: straw, grasses and coil basketry methods at MOP, then traveling to Trillium North
AUG 18 :flax processing at TRILLIUM