4 Day Tapestry Workshop. 12th -15th September 2017

Fiona Hutchison Tapestry

Deadline: 11 September 2017 at 17:00

Tapestry Workshop
4 day tapestry workshop

12th -15th September 2017
This 4 day intensive workshop is designed to encourage you to explore the art of Tapestry Weaving. You may be a painter, print-maker or sculptor and are looking to explore other materials and techniques or you may already be a tapestry weaver who is looking to further develop their skills.
If you have an idea or the beginnings of a design you would like to develop I can guide you through the process of translating it in to tapestry. You will have the opportunity to explore a range of tapestry techniques appropriate to your ideas and design. You will be encourages to be experimental with traditional techniques, manipulating the tapestry structure to create a unique work of art.

Level: Developing weavers, artists and beginners
The course is suitable for beginners and weavers with a little experience of tapestry weaving who wish to explore tapestry technique further. The workshop is structured to provide individual tuition in small groups of 6-8 students. Places are limited and tuition is tailored to your individual personal development.

About your tutor
Fiona Hutchison graduated from the tapestry department, Edinburgh College of Art in 1985. She exhibits regularly in the UK, Europe and internationally. As well as teaching many independent workshops and mentoring emerging artists she also teaches tapestry weaving and stitched textiles for department of Life Long Learning at Edinburgh University (Edinburgh College of Art).

4 day workshop £195. Selection of materials, tea and coffee included.
Book 2 more workshops/or early booking in full - 10% discount

At present information is not posted on my web page due to technical issues so please contact me at. or mobile 07877457332 for more course information and booking.

Location: Edinburgh City

For further information, please contact (Fiona Hutchison), or call 07877457332, or visit

The deadline is Monday 11 September 2017 at 17:00.

Crafts / Design / Education / Traditional Arts / Visual Arts