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26 W 8th St
(Btwn 5th Ave & Mac Dougal Alley)
New York, New York 10011 (Map)
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- Class Level: Intermediate
- Age Requirements: 18 and older
- Average Class Size: 6
What you'll learn in this beginner crochet class:Do you know a little bit about crochet but are bored with the limitations of flat surfaces? Take Sculptural Crochet and learn how to build spaces and forms in 3D.
Instead of focusing on an end product, this 4-session class will focus on how taking risks and giving ourselves the freedom to "just play" opens up possibilities in our creative practice.
Prerequisite: Students should have some basic knowledge of crochet. Our classes are designed to focus on a learned skill rather than a final product. Our mission is to provide skills and knowledge for a lifetime!
Required Materials: Students must supply their own needles, hooks and yarn. The instructor will contact you about specific materials necessary.
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Teacher: Candice ThompsonSee Classes Taught by This Teacher »
Candice Thompson is a Brooklyn-based artist and costume designer. Her designs for theatre have been featured in venues such as Coney Island's Luna Park, HERE Arts Center, the Ohio Theatre, the Player's Theatre, the 45th Street Theatre, the American Place Theatre, the Brick Theatre, La MaMa, the Crown Point Festival, the NY International Fringe Festival and the Williamstown Theatre Festival and her designs for dance can been seen in such varied companies as Brooklyn Art Department, Laura Peterson Company, Philippa Kaye Company, Milwaukee Ballet company, James Sewell Ballet, ad hoc Ballet, John Mark Owen, Emery LeCrone, SUNY Purchase, Harvard, Washington Ballet School and the Rock School for Dance Education. She is the resident costume designer for New Chamber Ballet in NYC. Her dancewear designs for LOLAstretch have been worn by professional dancers and students in dance companies around the world since 2005, including the popular show So You Think You Can Dance. In the fall of 2010, she was the costume designer for Nightmare: Superstitions, one of NYC's most horrifying and popular haunted houses.
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Refund & Cancellation PolicyAll classes are subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met at least 24 hours prior to class start date. You will receive a reminder email one week before your class indicating that it will run, or if it is in danger of cancellation. If you receive this warning email, you will receive a second email the day before your class indicating if it will run. If your class is cancelled, you will be given the option of full refund or credit to apply toward a future course.
For Student Cancellations:
Adult and Kids Courses; Summer and Mini Camps: 1 month notice is required for full refund or credit; less than one month is 75% refund or credit; less than one week there will be no refund. Requests for any refund must be done via email to [email protected]
For scheduled special events, demos, lectures, and workshops: please give 2 weeks notice in order to receive a full refund or credit.
All classes, workshops, special events, and gift certificates are non-transferable. No refunds will be given on Gift Certificates. Gift Certificates are valid for (1) one year from the date of purchase.
Classes do not usually have Make Up sessions -- though you may be able to schedule with your instructor a time that they can offer you a little extra time. If you have to miss a class, you are responsible for getting the information that will catch you up on missed information.
School: Textile Arts Center
The main goal of the Textile Arts Center is to provide support to fiber artists, and everyday people interested in working with fiber, by acting as a resource facility and creative meeting place. The Center is a creative meeting place and resource facility for all those interested in textile and f...
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