|Had to read books|
When we are very young we participate in a formal learning process. Others determine what we learn so that we can function in human society. As teenagers our interests and abilities have more influence over the direction of our studies but there is always a curriculum set by someone that we must follow in order to "graduate". Such learning is work that we do to gain the approval of others.
Learning for pleasure is something we do for ourselves. It is a lot more fun when we chose the subject, set the curriculum and decide what the passing mark is.
|Want to read books|
|samples from dye workshop|
|colour exercise with wrapping|
The program takes place June 5 to 7th and includes the workshop, Extreme Warp Makeover. The lectures include, Taming of the Hue, Weaving TNT and Two Sides of Every Cloth. The lectures are independent of the workshop and can be taken individually or as a series. The location is the Lighthouse Hall in Qualicum Bay on Vancouver Island. For details about the subject matter see Robyn's web site.
|Blanket from workshop|