Instructor: Afsaneh Vollmer
WORKSHOPS on August 26, October 15, February 11 and April 15 from 2 to 5 pm
Fee: 70$ with some fabrics included (bring your own favourite)
Class on Thursday afternoon from 12:30 to 3:00 pm
Fall session 1: September 19 to November 2
Fall session 2: November 9 to December 21
Fee: $240 for 7 weeks (some supplies included and bring your favourite yarns)
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In this workshop you will be experimenting with yarns, decorative ribbons and pieces of fabrics to create beautiful woven pieces. I will provide you with supply and show you the techniques of how to weave and interlace these pieces together. This class will open up your creative energy so you can explore different techniques and advance in the world of textile art. You will see many examples of these pieces in the workshop.
BIO: Afsaneh Vollmer enrolled in the Ecole des Beaux Arts-Sion, Switzerland and continued to study the visual arts at Middlesex County College, New Jersey and the New York Studio School where she obtained a Diploma in Fine Art. She further achieved a degree in Textile and Surface Design from FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) in NYC, and a Master of Woven Design from Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle in Paris. While studying fine art at New York Studio School one of her sculptures was awarded and chosen to be in a photo shoot for Vogue magazine. She also was among top creative students from FIT to present her design to Bill Blass. Afsaneh has many years of experience as a graphic artist producing wallpaper designs for wall covering printing companies. Meanwhile, she has continued painting with different forms of media, created decorative textiles and incorporated textiles into her paintings as a fusion of both in form of collage. Afsaneh has had various solo and group exhibitions in Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa.
She is currently an instructor at Academy of Design at RCC Institute of Technology teaching Textiles, Materials-Sustainability and Rendering for the Bachelor of Interior Design program.