March 25, 27, 29, 2023 | Three Sisters Cultural Centre (1370 King St. N. St. Jacobs)
Amanda Hunter – Healing Through Knitting – A Personal Journey with Amanda of Soulful Knitting
March 25 | 12:00 – 1:30PM
Join Amanda as she invites you along on her journey of growth and healing that has evolved into Soulful Knitting. Learn how knitting can be used as a meditative, spiritual and creative outlet that can bring calm in a tumultuous time. Amanda will share her knowledge about the emotional, cognitive and therapeutic benefits of knitting and how to achieve that in your own fibre arts practice.
Healing through Knitting: A personal Journey
Carolyn J. Parks – The Art of Felted Wool
March 25 | 2:00 – 3:30PM
Spend time with Carolyn Parks exploring the world of felting. Felting has a long and rich history that spans the hand-crafted to the industrial with various artistic paths along the way. Carolyn will have products and examples for a felting demonstration that is sure to please as well as educate in a presentation that will make sure no one leaves empty-handed.
The Art of Felted Wool
Eilleen Yorysh – QiGong for Fibre Artists
March 27 | 2:00 – 3:30PM
Join Eilleen Yorysh as she introduces you to graceful movements and breathwork to improve comfort for artists. Simple, short exercises for improved mobility, clarity of mind and to de-stress without interrupting the creative process.
QiGong for Fibre Artists
Jax Rula – Grand Fabrication: Truth Tales and Art of a Heritage River
March 29 | 2:00 – 3:30PM
The Grand River Watershed is comprised of a myriad of cultures and people. From its noble beginnings to its diverse present each and every one of us is a thread that adds colour and depth to the tapestry of this Region. Join Jax Rula as she shares the Grand Fabrication, the story of the watershed told through Doll Art.
A Grand Fabrication: Truth, Tales and Art of a Heritage River