Teen Clothing Hackers Ages 13-17 1F19
Learn to mend, customize and up-cycle your clothing. Explore fashion trends and discover how to re-use clothing and scrap fabric. Hack garments to better suit your needs, like adding pockets or snaps, create your own patches to mend holes, or add details. Improve hand-stitch, embroidery and weaving techniques, including sashiko. Limit 8 students.
Brooke Scibelli is an artist and creative producer. Her art begins as a concept or idea, and is explored through various media including fibers, printmaking, sculpture, video and performance. Brooke enjoys making work in her home studio and in public spaces. She has taught visual arts, crafts, digital and analogue photography, gardening and jewelry classes to elementary and middle school students in various programs throughout Massachusetts.
With Dyllan Nguyen, she founded Non Issue Studio, where they make distinct handmade objects in wood felts, fibers and other materials to solve everyday problems and add simple texture to life. She also works as a Special Projects Coordinator for the Eliot School.
She holds a BFA from the Studio for Interrelated Media at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Visual Art, Photography, Woodworking
Materials & Tools:
All materials provided in class