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Bought a sewing machine that has been gathering dust? Scared to start a stitch? Stitch your way to sewn salvation in our sewing class for beginners. Our talented teacher, Emily Moorehead will walk you through the basics of your own machine.
Learn to load thread and the basics of stitches, tension, needles and working with different types of fabrics. Test your new know-how by creating a successful sewn composition to take home at the end of the class. Emily will guide you through creating a simple throw pillow that you can take home!
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Emily Moorhead holds a BFA in Studio, Sculpture from Miami University of Ohio and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Fine Arts from Washington University in St. Louis. Moorhead has been included in various group exhibitions including Twenty in their Twenties at Women Made Gallery in Chicago, Illinois and Time-Sensitive at The Ohio State University, Urban Arts Space in Columbus, Ohio. She was honored with a Greater Columbus Supply Grant and Professional Development Grant in 2012, a CETULA Minor Project Teaching Grant from Miami University in 2011, and a Sam Fox School Travel Grant in 2008. Additionally, Moorhead’s work has been featured in the Art Libraries Society of North America magazine for an installation in the Wertz Art and Architecture Library of Oxford, Ohio. Moorhead also designs and manages an artist resource website, team-art.org where opportunities, advice, and regional contacts are posted regularly. She is currently a visiting art instructor at Capital University and the Gallery Director for ROY G BIV non-profit emerging artist gallery in Columbus. Upcoming activities include a solo show at the Spiva Art Gallery of Missouri Southern State University and an Artist Residency at FugScreens in Chicago.