Fiber & Textiles

​Students within Fiber and Textiles acquire technical and conceptual skills to create objects informed by materiality, purpose and the sense of touch. A wide range of technical processes and topics include weaving, dyeing, screen printing, embellishment, surface design, felting, sewing, quilting, garment construction, knitting, crochet, laser cutting, digital print and pattern design.

Students are encouraged to discover new ways of working through material experimentation. With the guidance of faculty, students develop an individualized language of color, pattern, and texture both planar and sculptural in form. Traditional and non-traditional methods of creation and an interdisciplinary approach to technology (fabrication and production) are integrated into the program.


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