Intermediate Resist Felting Workshop #676
In this fun one-day workshop, students will learn to create one of several intermediate felting projects: purse, slippers, hat, or large vessel. Open to those with beginning felting experience, this class will explore resist felting—making 3-dimensional objects from a flat or 3-d resist form. Students are welcome to take both sessions to create two different finished forms! Session 1 has been cancelled. Please register for Session 2!
Prerequisite: Beginning Felting or equivalent experience
Teaching Artist: 2013 Solo Artist Chenta Laury
Session II (#676): Sunday, 1 day
May 18 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Garden/Litho Studio
Tuition: $65 ($82 nonmember)
There is no open studio for this class.
Chenta Laury is an artist/educator who has worked in the fields of art and museum education for over twenty years. Originally from Oahu,, Chenta lived and worked as an educator at the Guggenheim and Noguchi Museums in New York City from 1995 – 2001. She returned to Maui in ’09. Chenta has a BA in art history and studio art from Oberlin College, an M. Ed. in Art in Education from Harvard, and a Certificate in Fiber Arts from the Fiber Crafts Studio in Rockland County, New York. She has exhibited her work in various group shown in New York and has work in private collections internationally. Chenta has taught art and fiber crafts to students of all ages, and is thrilled to bring her knowledge and skills to the Maui community.