Fiber artist and Montana Circle of American Masters (MCAM) inductee Randy Glick enjoys spinning, weaving, and knitting surrounded by nature. Most of his “fiber life” he spent in Montana, but now calls Alabama home. With a process engineering background, fiber arts might not seem like a logical hobby, but Randy enjoys the challenge of blending his educational background with the fiber arts, taking the processes of spinning, weaving, and knitting and exploring ways to perfect the methods. Along the way, he has developed improved approaches to many techniques, most notably spinning beaded yarns. Randy studied extensively with Judith MacKenzie for his Creative Arts Enterprise degree from Montana State University-Great Falls. Randy is a much sought after instructor, teaching all ages on every aspect of fiber arts. He taught a fiber experience workshop that included students from the Montana School for the Deaf and Blind. When Randy is not busy working on a new piece or teaching, he enjoys his herd of goats and raising poultry.
Kids Fiber Quest
Taught byRandy Glick, Evergreen
Exploring art through many fiber techniques.
Item made will be taken home after each class.
Each Wednesday in June (7th, 14th, 21st, 28th) 1pm – 3:30pm
Children, ages 5 years old – 12 years old. Parents welcome, but not required.
One Class = $20 per child or All Four Classes = $50 per child.
More Than One Child Per Family Discount of $30 for One Class or $60 for all Four Classes.