Workshop: The Art of Fashion – Althea Sanford
In this five-week course, students will focus on building personal identity into garments. By exploring the work of visual artists focused in textiles and clothing, students will deepen understanding of how artists build meaning into their own work. With prompts, creative exploration and discovery students will have the chance to follow suit. By the end of the class, students will leave with an original reworked garment that they have created and the ability to identify thematic connections between art and clothing.
HYBRID Tuesdays + Thursdays October 25, 27th, and November 1st + 3rd 5-6:30pm
In person Sunday November 6th and 13th 11-2pm
ALTHEA SANFORD (she/her) is a senior creative and interdisciplinary designer born and raised in Columbia, MD. She has lived in Portland, Oregon since 2012.
With over ten years’ experience in product creation ranging from footwear, print, pattern and CMF design she approaches any creative brief with convergent and divergent thinking methodologies, research and community. If she’s not generating ideas, she’s basking in skincare, chatting with girlfriends, or running through a field of flowers.
2360 NW Quimby Street
Portland, OR 97210