ART 1330 - Introduction to Fiber Arts
Students will explore a variety of natural and synthetic fibers employed in both traditional and contemporary textile art. Students will create two-dimensional surface designs as well as three-dimensional forms employing techniques which may include weaving, knitting, felting, embroidering, quilting, and dyeing. Students will also investigate the creative, technical, conceptual, and multi-dimensional aspects of fibers and textiles related to their historic significance and their role in gender issues and cultural heritage.
Prerequisites: Students must meet basic skills policy requirements. No other course prerequisites required.
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