I teach in-person and Zoom workshops, in addition to online classes on Creativebug. I may be available to travel to you or zoom. 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, or arrange a zoom workshop for your group. I am available to give a lecture or workshop via Zoom.
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 (click on workshop title to be directed to page):
Mending Sampler Needle Book (In-Person)
San Francisco Center for the Book, SF, CA
June 24th, 10:00-4:00
Wishi Washi Studio Online
July 15th, 1:00 - 3:00 Pacific time
The Boro Aesthetic: Creating Fiber Arts Pieces Inspired by Japanese Textiles (In-Person)
Fibre Arts Australia, Ballarat, Australia
September 13th - 19th, 2023
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. LisaReplyDelete
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.Delete
Arrowmont! Oh my! I can get there and it is a wonderful setting. What is the title/content of your session?Delete
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.Delete
Registered for the Arrowmont Class! Can't waitReplyDelete
Oh Good! Looking forward to meeting you!Delete
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.
Oh gosh - don't worry about it - it happens. Consider it a gift - maybe pay it forward someday! Enjoyed having you in the class! -jodyReplyDelete