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Join us for Mixed Media Fabric Art with Liz Train.
In this class Liz will introduce a variety of techniques for creating interesting surface designs on textiles. Students will explore painting, printing, dyeing, stitching and collaging techniques to create unique fabric art-works. Emphasis will be placed on creativity and self-expression.
There will be an additional $20 supply fee payable to the instructor which includes: one yard of fabric, paints, dyes, and glue.
What to Bring:
- $20 supply fee
- Wear old clothes or bring an apron.
- Shallow cardboard box (bottom from 4 six-packs of soda, or a similar box from Costco)
Hawaiʻi Handweavers' Hui members receive a discounted class fee. If you are interested in becoming a member please click HERE.
MAP Downtown Art Center - Parking in building, Chinatown Gateway Garage, enter on Bethel Street. Weekday rate: $3.00 for two hours, $1.50 for additional 30 minutes. Weekend rate: $.50 for 30 minutes, maximum fee of $3.00. All Day weekday pass: park your car before 10 am, take your ticket back up to the person in the kiosk and request the $10 all day pass. All transactions in cash.
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Liz Train has an MFA in Fiber Arts from the University of Hawaiʻi where she taught fiber arts 1980-1987. She was a museum educator for the Contemporary Museum 1998-2005; and taught weaving and fiber arts 2006-2020 at the Honolulu Museum of Art School. She also worked with the Hawaiʻi State Art Museum's Art Bento outreach program to elementary schools, and taught after-school classes at Noelani Elementary School.
In addition to fiber art Liz enjoys working with ceramics, fused glass, printmaking and mixed media. Her work has been included in many juried and group exhibits, and is in the collection of the Hawaiʻi State Foundation on Culture and the Arts.
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