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Lecture Series- Planning for Your Studio’s Future

Dates: March 7 - March 7

Cost per ticket: $45.00

Class About

Each year we are reminded of the fragility of life and say goodbye to friends, family members or members of our community. Although many are aware that they too will have an expiration for their time here on earth, it never ceases to amaze us how many do not plan for that day in regard to their hobbies. Many families are left after the passing of their loved ones with the task of sorting through and making decisions for their hobbies, more specifically among our community fiber arts tools and supplies. It goes without saying that this can be a daunting and overwhelming experience. In this workshop we will navigate some of the hard questions you may want to consider when deciding what you would like to have happen with your fiber stash down to every last detail. End of life gifts are just that, but shouldn’t you have a say in how your fiber arts tools and supplies foster creativity or financial gain for the next person to receive it? As an added bonus we will be discussing inventorying your hobbies for organization, valuation and worst-case scenario for replacement should the unthinkable happen such as flood, fire, or theft.

This is a 2 hour online lecture starting at 6:00PM.

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All classes run 9am - 5pm unless otherwise indicated in the description above.

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This class's instructor

Sara Bixler

Sara is the owner and resident instructor of Red Stone Glen Fiber Arts Center. Many of Sara’s students praise her ability to guide students through the challenging world of color theory, specifically relating to weaving.


This class's instructor

Tom Knisely

Tom Knisely has made his career from his interest and love of textiles from around the world. Tom has been studying, collecting, and teaching others about weaving and spinning for more than four decades.