Fiber design workshop with Jean Mills
4 classes + 4 Skype classes
For more information -
*Jean Mills is a former resident of Omaha and founding member of the “Contemporary Fiber Arts Collective” in Nebraska.She has taught art workshops for 12 years in Omaha and Seattle. Jean is the co-author of “Design for Every Quilter” with Lorraine Torrence. Now residing in Anchorage, Alaska, Jean continues to provide education at Omaha's Connect Gallery.
October 2014 - expression through fiber art
Future Workshop -- Feb. 27, 2016 | Art Seminar
Indigo Sampling Workshop with Jay Rich | Expressions in Fiber Art V
Indigo and natural dye experimenter
Saturday, October 8, 2016 | 11 am - 3 pm |
Jay will be teaching about the 4 processes of extracting the indigo dye. The materials will be provided for participants. The workshop is for all levels.
Sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Connect Gallery at 402-991-8234.
Past Workshop | Stuart Bay - Paper Image Collage
Wed., April 29, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. | Jenni Schlossman, Ph.D. | Hudson River School of American Landscape Painting
April 22, 2015 | Noon to 2 | Recognizing Earth Day | Draw Together & Bicycle Workshop
Past Workshop - Design Class Using Fiber as a Medium -
...allowing mistakes to happen.
Open Collaborative Painting
1st Sat| Dec 7 | 2~4p| Live Art.
JK Thorsen &
Evy Render Katz
Past Workshop | JK Thorsen | Evelyn Render Katz | "...Getting Together to Make Art"
Stuart Bay: Workshop in Paper Image Collage
Jan. 18, 25 & Feb. 1, 8 2014 | 9am - Noon
$120. - 15 participant limit
Class supply list available upon request.
Gluing and cutting are the only skills required
Bay assists students in creating collage images that resemble the remains of an archaeological process of relational renaissance.
Images are given new life as portions are erased or become transparent revealing explicit and undecided moments.
As students progress, what happens between two or more images becomes more important than the content of a single image. Fluid yet ordered atmosphere of pictorial realities ask students and viewers to invest in their own discoveries, to create their own narratives.
*Stuart Bay's commercial and artistic career include still and digital photography, assemblage, collage, graphics, film, multimedia and video. Numerous photography awards are highlighted by an Academy Award Nomination for his educational film, "T is for Teacher".
Bay's commercial clients have included Eastman Kodak, 3M, Honeywell, Jostens, AMP, Britannica and many others. With degrees from Schaeffer School of Design, Montana State University and Indiana University, his career has also included teaching at the University of Minnesota, College of St. Thomas, Minneapolis College of Art & Design - and locally - Iowa Western & Metropolitan Community Colleges.
Earth Day Noon-Time
Bicycle Maintenance & Safety Workshop
Wed., April 22, Noon - 2
No Charge with Adv. Registration