Textiles & Tea takes place online every Tuesday, 4:00 - 5:00 PM ET. It is a free zoom conversation with scheduled speakers (45 min plus 15 min for questions).
Check the date and register: https://weavespindye.org/textiles-and-tea/
A Zoom link will be provided in the registration confirmation email.
May 4, 2021
A weaver with a great enjoyment of cultural universality, Sue has a professional weaving career in creating cloth tapestries, and rugs of ancient and modern designs. Her work has been juried into numerous venues throughout the US and specifically in solo shows in San Francisco, CA.
May 11, 2021
Nazanin Amiri Meers
Making large scale installations and multimedia 2D work, Nazanin combines various techniques and media to address the importance of privacy and quietude in public spaces. Earning her MFA in Fiber Arts at the University of Kansas, she is inspired by Iranian architecture and decorative arts. Nazanin's artwork has been exhibited internationally.
May 18, 2021
Cassie is a heritage member of the Southern Highland Craft Guild, and specializes in weaving historical coverlets and linens. Cassie's recent honors include being interviewed and video'd by the Smithsonian National Museum of History for the National Woven Coverlet Collection
May 25, 2021
Carol has been exploring sprang and other low-tech, easily transportable textile methods for 30 years. Self-taught, she has examined sprang items in collections across North American and Europe. Carol is the author of numerous articles and four books: Fingerweaving Untangled, Sprang Unsprung, two books of Sprang Lace Patterns, and two instructional DVDs.