Workshops




I teach in-person classes in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, and online with Creativebug. I may be available to travel to you.  Please get in touch with me (wishiwashistudio at gmail dot com) if you would like me to travel to your area to teach a workshop. 

Please e-mail me to join my mailing list (wishiwashistudio at gmail dot com). I send out quarterly e-mails listing teaching and exhibition dates and venues. 

Upcoming Workshops:

Japanese Mending as Utility and Embellishment
A Verb for Keeping Warm, Oakland, CA
Saturday, April 20th, 2019
11:00 - 5:00

The Boro Aesthetic: Creating Fiber Art Pieces Inspired by Japanese Textiles 
[summer 2019 schedule will be released for sign-ups in late Fall]
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN 
June 2nd - 7th, 2019

Textile Manipulations at the EncaustiCastle:
The Boro Aesthetic: Creating Fiber Art Pieces Inspired by Japanese Textiles (workshop paired with Sandra Brownlee's "Tactile Notebooks...") 
EncaustiCastle, Lexington, KY
June 26 - July 2nd, 2019 (full week with Jody and Sandra)
or June 26 - 29th, 2019 (just Jody's class) 

The Boro Aesthetic: Creating Fiber Art Pieces Inspired by Japanese Textiles 
[summer 2019 schedule will be released for sign-ups in Spring 19]
Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino, CA
July 19th - 21st, 2019    

 


 
  

8 comments:

  1. Jody, I was just looking through your site and came across your retreat in Taos next September. It looks amazing! It's also already full, with a wait list, which doesn't surprise me :). I hope you're doing well and would love to take another class with you some day. Your boro book class at Squam in June was such a treat. Lisa

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    1. Hi Lisa. It would have been great to have you in my Taos co-teach class. I'm also going to be at Arrowmont in June 2017 so keep an eye out for that.

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    2. Arrowmont! Oh my! I can get there and it is a wonderful setting. What is the title/content of your session?

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    3. Called the Boro Aesthetic and working on transforming old garments into art pieces - and I mean totally transforming - as in a garment into a wall piece or a book or sculptural item. And, utilizing Japanese mending techniques. It should be on the site soon.

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  2. Registered for the Arrowmont Class! Can't wait

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  3. Hello Jody,
    I really enjoyed the workshop last Saturday. Boro fascinates me. Mistakenly, I walked off with a spool of pearl cotton, sky blue in color. I need to reimburse you for it or send it back to you.
    Claire Wait

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  4. Oh gosh - don't worry about it - it happens. Consider it a gift - maybe pay it forward someday! Enjoyed having you in the class! -jody

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