One Day Workshop
Wed, March 20, 2024
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Taught in English and Spanish
(20% off for members)
924 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139
This series of workshops investigates a wide range of textile processes, tools, and materials in relation to the contemporary discourse surrounding Fibers and Material Studies.
Each hands-on workshop will cover a different technique, such as Weaving, Needlepoint (Bargello), Macrame, and Block Print on Fabric, providing participants the opportunity to learn about specific qualities and behaviors of a variety of materials along with encouraging participants to think creatively about everyday life, examine their work, design and contemporary art through critical thinking.
Emphasis is placed on material exploration as well as developing an awareness of the conceptual framework. The class structure is based on studio practice alongside lectures where participants will study the works of contemporary artists and observe the historical use of fibers in relation to the projects created in this class.
This workshop will cover the Needlepoint technique of Bargello. Participants will compose striking patterns from rows of straight stitches, arranged in a zigzag line, and repeated in varying shades or colors. Participants will stitch swatches and use them as coasters or patches.
Works will be assessed through group critiques and self No experience necessary. Open to all levels. All materials are included in the fee.
About the Instructor:
Liene Bosquê is a visual artist and art educator based in Miami. Bosquê holds an MFA in Fiber and Material Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, a BFA from São Paulo State University, and a BA in Architecture and Urbanism from Mackenzie University in Brazil.
Liene Bosquê has been Adjunct Professor teaching sculpture, 3D design and textiles’ studio classes at Florida International University, Miami International University of Art and Design and the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Philadelphia. As a museum educator, she taught at the Queens Museum, São Paulo Bienal. Additionally, teaching with the PI Art Center in New York invited her to teach workshops in China and South Korea.
Parallel to Liene Bosquê’s commitment to being an educator, she has been consistently active in her own art practice. Her sculptures, textiles and site-specific projects, have been exhibited in museums and galleries in the United States, Brazil, Portugal and Italy.