Once again this summer I took part in the 24th Annual Traditions Weeks Common Ground on the Hill. For three weeks musicians, artists, dancers, writers, filmmakers, educators, and creative people come together at McDaniel College to explore cultural diversity through artistic traditions.
I taught a group of thirteen the art of weaving with waxed linen. Techniques of twining, 3 rod wale and reverse 3 rod wale twining, step-ups and bead embellishments were used by the students.
They were able to complete a small pendant and vessel during the week-long class.
|Students small shaped vessel|