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Make it Wild: Plein Air Tapestry Weaving

June 29, 2024 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Learn or improve your tapestry skills while surrounded by the natural beauty of the National Museum of Wildlife Art. While weaving on a Navajo-style loom, you will have the opportunity to select fibers hand-dyed by Doris from the plants and minerals that will play an important part in your tapestry design. Weaving en plein air allows you to capture the effects of weather and light that would otherwise be difficult to produce in a studio environment.

This class will take place from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. on June 29, at the Museum on the Sculpture Trail. If there is rain, the class will take place in the classroom. Please note that this weaving class will be $80 due to the length of the class and nature of the materials.

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Make it Wild courses are open to adults and young adults with beginner to intermediate abilities. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions during this interactive program.

  • $80 for Weaving Live In-Person Class
  • Limited to the first 20 participants

Your registration fee supports the Museum’s Art Leadership Scholarship in Honor of the Memory of Dick Jennings. Dick Jennings was a Museum board member whose memory inspires us to pursue our passions. The $4,000 scholarship is awarded annually to a local High School Senior who plans to study art at the college level. Thank you for your support!

About the artist:

Doris Florig began a lifelong quest seeking out people with a cultural history of textile arts starting in the early 70s. Through travel, teaching, and exhibiting, her weaving art skills have evolved like our changing environment. With a focus on Plein Air, Doris weaves people and nature together.


June 29, 2024
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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