Category Archives: Programs

The Art of Grief: Nich Perez, film director, & Joan Schulze, mixed media fiber artist – November 15th, 2018

Bro. Nich Perez, CSC’s current project, “LETTERS: The Art of Grieving”, is a a documentary film about the powerful transformations of grief into art. The film explores the art that intertwines with the lives of three women artists: Joan Schulze, local poet and fiber artist who lost her husband to dementia, a sketch artist whose 9-week-old son died unexpectedly, and a young painter who lost her mother to brain cancer. The film examines their art as love letter to the ones they have lost. https://vimeo.com/282166036

Joan Schulze’s work is included in the collections of the Museum of Arts & Design in New York, the National Museum of American Art’s Renwick Gallery/ Smithsonian in Washington, D.C., the Oakland Museum of California, numerous Kaiser Permanente facilities, Adobe Systems, Inc., the John M. Walsh Collection of Contemporary Art Quilts, and many other important public and private collections in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. http://www.joan-of-arts.com/
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Kris Nardello: Natural Dye Plants of the SF Bay Region October 18th, 2018

Come learn about using local plants and fungi to produce an array of colors with Kris Nardello of the Santa Cruz Weaver’s Guild. 

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September 20th – Fall Equinox

Welcome Black Sheep Guild Members, Knitters, Crocheters, Immigrants and their Descendents!

We are delighted to welcome Cindy Weil, founder of the Immigrant Yarn Project, for our September meeting.

 

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July 19th, 2018 Show and Tell from Convergence

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August 16th, 2018 – Craft Circle

Join us for a craft circle in August.  Knitting, spinning, backstrap, rigid heddle, tapestry, kumihomo, card weaving – you name it!

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Summer Solstice Raffle and Sale June 21st

Come one, come all to the annual Black Sheep Weavers’ Sale and Raffle.  This is your chance to stock up on things you might not even know you needed, as well as find homes for that beautiful warp thread that you bought 10 years ago and just may never use.

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Kathrin Weber Weaving Workshop – April 17-19, 2018

Members had a wonderful time at Kathrin Weber’s weaving workshop this week. They learned how to warp a loom with multiple warps front to back using Kathrin Weber’s tried and true method. Each day started with a little lecture where she showed examples of what can be done with her hand painted warps. She encourages people to use disparate colors because that is what makes many of the warps ‘pop’.

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The Special Loom by Master Weaver Sheng Lor – May 17, 2018

Sheng Lor, HopeCRAFT’s master weaver, has been weaving with individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities for five years. She discusses the role that weaving plays in the lives of people with special needs and how weaving can be adapted to a variety of needs, and shares some of her favorite woven works by individuals with developmental disabilities.

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Seeing Color in Everything with Kathrin Weber, April 19th, 2018

This talk is designed to help fiber artists feel more comfortable making fearless choices when using color in their work by paying attention to the colors around them. In addition to digital images, Kathrin will have samples of weaving and dye work. https://blazingshuttles.com/

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In-House Round Robin: Spinning, Felt-making & 4 Selvedge Weaving March 15th, 2018

Join us on the ides of March for a lively in-house round-robin: Spinning, Felt-making and exploring Four Selvedge Weaving.
We will have stations set up for everyone to try their hand at new techniques, and to see demonstrations of these ancient crafts. Please bring your own examples and questions.

 

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