Felting: Dry Felting Sculptures
Saturday & Sunday, August 28 & 29
12:00-4:00 (8 hours/ 2 days)
materials fee approx. $35 payable to the instructor on first day of class
Class size: 6 (no experience necessary)
Registration Closes August 23
4 spots remaining
Reserve Felting: Dry Felting Sculptures now for 10 minutes before anyone else does!
In this class students will learn an introduction to wool through dry felting, creating handmade textile sculptures using organic, zero-waste methods.
Danielle Harris-Daoust is a Ceramic and Textile artist based in the ancestral unceded Mi’kmaq territory. They graduated from NSCAD University with a BFA, majoring in Ceramics. Their sculptural work focuses on mental health and self-expression using a variety of mediums. Danielle is enthusiastic and passionate about art, sustainability, and social justice. Their classroom is a safe space for LGBTQ2S+, MAD, Disabled and BIPOC individuals to express themselves creatively without judgment or harm. Danielle is passionate about craft and DIY culture which enables individuals to create sustainably handmade objects for themselves and their community.