Leaders & Teachers
HGA’s Convergence 2016 Fiber Conference
Invitation to Submit Teaching Proposals
HGA’s Convergence conference is a many-faceted experience, including exhibitions, shopping, fashion, and meeting with new and old friends. However, surveys show that the educational experience, class selection, and inspiring instruction are the most important reasons for attending the Convergence conference.
HGA invites instructors to submit résumés and course descriptions for workshops, studio classes, and both hands-on and lecture seminars in all fiber-related areas—weaving, spinning, dyeing, basketry, beading, braiding, business of art and craft, clothing construction, color theory, computer applications, design, embellishment, creative process, ethnic investigation, felting, fiber education, fiber history, knitting, knotting, metal interlacements, paper, rug-making, tablet weaving, tapestry weaving, and other fiber techniques.
- Application Instructions PDF
- Leader Application - Part I - Personal information Writable PDF
- Leader Application - Part II - Class Proposal information Writable PDF
- Leader Application - Part III - Digital Image record Writable PDF
There is no fee to apply. A maximum of 10 class proposals per instructor will be considered.