Fibre Arts at Fleming College

For Patsye and everyone else who is curious about the school I am attending. I highly encourage you to find out more if there is even a spark of interest… I’m only 2 weeks in and I can say that this course has already changed my life!

I am a Fibre Arts student attending school at Fleming College/Haliburton School of the Arts in Haliburton, Ontario.

It is a small campus. I believe there are just 10 classrooms. It is in such a wonderful setting surrounded by trees and very close to Head Lake. There is actually a spot with a bench to sit overlooking the lake. There is a sculpture forest right there, along with many paths through the forest. I don’t think there is a more beautiful, inspirational spot where this school could be located.

Silk Screens

The Fibre Arts Kitchen (for dyeing etc.)

The kitchen from another angle

If you have any other questions, just comment below and I’ll answer them as soon as I can (which could be a few days with this crazy schedule!). If you want to know what I think of the program or what you’ll be learning, my blog says it all. To find out more information about the course, click here. You can also find them on Facebook, click here.

I hope this helps! Kyla


6 thoughts on “Fibre Arts at Fleming College

    • Hehehe! You are so right! really do think this is the whole meaning of life… To find something that feels like playing, but you’re actually able to make a living at it. I’m so excited about it all!

    • It’s a combination of luck and a tremendous leap of faith. I try to joke that rock bottom has its advantages… There’s nowhere else to go but up! I definitely count me blessing everyday πŸ™‚

  1. The classrooms look wonderful and I wish I had a washer and dryer just for dying fabrics. Indeed, if I ever get that farm in the country where I’m in a studio barn all day, I will have water and electricity just for this purpose alone. I went to the website of the school. It looks fantastic. You are very lucky and smart to have chosen this road. I think it will serve you well. Thanks for posting this. It’s a bit mind boggling how similar we are in our philosophy about art. But in fact, there are millions and millions of us who crave the creativity. Keep writing – I so enjoy reading. Patsye

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