Lecture: Felt Making Now and Then

Renate Maile-Moskowitz, fiber artist, educator, and consultant

Felt is a fabric with an unexpected creation process. Unlike other materials that are weaved, felt making does not require looms and other tools. Typically hand made, the process for felt making is fascinating. Join renowned Fiber Artist, Historian, and Folklorist, Renate Malie- Moskowitzs for a visually interactive lecture and presentation on the History of Felt and it’s evolution to the manifold applications and techniques employed in felt making.

Rug and Textile Appreciation Mornings bring together textile experts and enthusiasts for a thematic show and tell of personal pieces. Free; no reservations required. The museum's Arthur D. Jenkins Library will be open for special hours following this program, from 12:30–4 p.m.