This 10 credit-hour certificate is designed to provide students with an introduction to various textile techniques and proficiency in techniques of choice. The study of textiles includes the technical structure of fabrics and methods of fabrication as well as surface design, which covers a range of techniques for altering or embellishing, such as embroidery, printing, dyeing, applique, etc. This program offers the fiber artist opportunities to explore the technical processes with the artistic development of textiles.
|FAS 107||Textiles I||3|
Description: Studies basic design and color principles in development of creative fabrics. General analysis and identification of fabrics and employment of various methods such as weaving, printing and dyeing.
|FAS 108||Textiles II||3|
Description: Continues FAS 107. Techniques in fabric construction and surface design are studied.
Prerequisite: FAS 107 with a grade of C or better.
|FAS 117||Textiles Studio I||2|
Description: Introduces students to methods of fabric construction and surface design techniques, such as weaving, knitting, felting, beading, embroidery, appliqué, and fabric printing.
Prerequisite: FAS 107
|FAS 118||Textiles Studio II||2|
Description: Continues the study of fabric construction and surface design techniques, such as weaving, knitting, felting, beading, embroidery, appliqué, and fabric printing.
Prerequisite: FAS 117 with a grade of C or better.