|Fiber to Fabric||The Tennessee State Museum and the Handweavers Guild of Nashville invite you to enjoy a special demonstration day at the museum. Bring your family! Admission to the Tennessee State Museum is FREE!|
See how fibers become fabric. Try your hand at simple spinning and weaving. Learn more about the historic spinning and weaving equipment exhibited in the museum. Spinning and weaving activities for children will be available.
Watch historic spinning and weaving techniques being used to create contemporary artworks by participants in two specialized workshops led by Tennessee master-teachers Lynne Vogel (spinning) and Geri Forkner (weaving).
Shaker Rag by Lynne Vogel
Learn More About Spinning & Weaving
For more information about the workshop contact:
Elaine Aldous, Handweavers Guild of Nashville President
The spinning and weaving workshops and family day has been organized by the Handweavers Guild of Nashville and the Tennessee State Museum.
The Tennessee State Museum is located at 5th Avenue and Deaderick Streets in Nashville.
For more information visit www.tnmuseum.org
This project is funded in part by the Metro Nashville Arts Commission
For more information on MNAC visit www.artsnashville.org.