Damascus Fiber Arts School provides an inclusive community space for teaching and inspiring the art and craftsmanship of fiber arts. Specifically, we have Open Studio and offer classes and workshops in Tapestry, Weaving on the Navajo Style Loom, Spinning, Dyeing, Basketry and Ravenstail Twining.
The Winter Term Catalog is up and ready for you to register. We have Open Studio, classes in Tapestry on Tuesdays, Navajo-style weaving on Thursdays, and an Online class using Procreate on Wednesday mornings, and several 3-day Beginning Tapestry Workshops lined up.
New Weavers!!! Sign up for one of the 3-day Beginning Tapestry Workshops. There is one in January, one in February and one in March. Small groups, plenty of personalized instruction, no pressure. You will love it! The Winter Term Catalog is online. Sign up for a 3-day beginner’s workshop on January14-16, February 18-20, or March 3-5.
Three of the projects completed by weavers who attended Elizabeth Buckley’s workshop on Weaving Transparency.
Only fully vaccinated people may enter our building.
Visit our School Shoppe while you are in the area. We have a selection of yarn by Harrisville and Brown Sheep and we carry the Faro line from Glimakra. We have Al Snipes weaving forks, Joy Moss tapestry bobbins, copper pipe looms, some books, and beautiful photographic greeting cards by Jon Layne.
Lecture Tour Videos
The Summer Lecture Tour videos for 2020 and 2021 had an amazing group of speakers. You can still view the videos (and donate if you like).