05. July 2019 - 9:00
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Reduce Future Waste, One Cloth at a Time!--Lily Liu | 905 Harrison St | Friday, 05. July 2019

Lily Liu started her art journey as a ceramic artist prior to embracing fiber art during graduate school. Her work deals with finding the balance of chance and plan, mindlessness and mindfulness.  Most of her recent work has been focusing on reuse, recycle and repurpose to reduce future waste. Lily earned her Master of Fine Arts degree in Crafts from Kent State University, Ohio and her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics from the University of Manitoba, Manitoba, Canada. Her fiber and ceramic work have been exhibited nationally and internationally.
This hands-on fiber workshop introduces participants to the creation of a unique line of wearable art through the use of repurposed materials. The class will explore multiple techniques such as dyeing, discharging, deconstructing, reconstructing, embellishing, printing and stitching.
No refunds after June 13, 2019.