JAPANESE LACE COURSE | 6 hours
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Duration : 2 sessions - 3 hours per week
Hours : Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Face-to-face modality: Limited Places - Materials Included
Address : C/Robador 25-27, El Raval
In this course you will learn textile jewelry techniques focused on Japanese cords, Kumihimo 組み紐, where you will learn to make ropes and interlacing. And finally, finishes to apply to your jewelry or textile projects.
WHO IS IT ADDRESSED TO:
This course is aimed at people who want to expand their knowledge of textiles and people linked to the field of metal jewelry who want to connect or experiment with other materials, textile artists and people with no previous experience who are passionate about learning something new.
-Know traditional techniques applied to textile work that are located in jewelry or textile projects; through exercises and orientation to projects and personal interests.
-Understand the technical and execution aspects of each type of cord, braid, rope and endings from the Japanese cord.
-Apply initially the techniques learned to a textile jewelry project or textile art project.
The classes are 100% practical. Instruction is individualized and flexible. all our
Trainings are carried out by professionals within their disciplines and extensive experience in teaching.
- Introduction to textile art.
- Volumetric braids.
- Kumihimo laces.
- Textile finishing techniques.
Nicole Betancourt Lisperguer.
Textile artist, clothing designer and weaver.
Academic training as a literature teacher, master's degree in philosophy, postgraduate degree in contemporary applied arts, textile mention and currently as a student of Textile Art at the Escola Massana.
From a family of artists, craftsmen and designers. Her itineraries begin with teaching and research in the field of literature and philosophy where she developed her interests in popular art, aesthetics, and feminism to later begin to study and investigate textiles as a social document, and its links with the text. Carrying out investigative work as a weaver and textile scholar in Chile, Bolivia and Spain.
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