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The Weavers Circle: An Introduction to Life Weaving with Suzanne Hubbard
April 18 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Life-Weaving class teaches the art of life-weaving.
Weaving techniques have been selected for their compatibility with natural patterns that make life work. Learning them therefore could inspire a personal life that is as whole. The tactile aspect of weaving is what develops greater sensitivity.
Insights filter through your fingertips.
The art of life-weaving cultivates continuity between you and the larger whole as it progresses. This blending is also a place or space, to touch the textures of solutions, find your rhythm and pattern in the larger flow, and discover the life you were born to weave.
Journaling and conversation are ways the sensory experiences will be translated into enlightened understanding.
Intro class will follow with 2 additional classes in the series with a group of 4-8 students.
The desire to understand weaving’s non-verbal perspective creates a unique relationship with the craft and my purpose as an artist. Explorations and Innovations, part of the resumé below, charts a non-traditional education—homeschooling my daughter; creating stage sets; digging up my yard and planting the Living Tapestry Garden; discovering the path of a universal human; and weaving the tapestries in the Silent Oratory: A Weaver Speaks series.
I give brief explanations how each exploration evolved a process-based perspective between the years 1994–2016. Many of the experiences occurred simultaneously and developed over the course of this time period.
The trajectory of my work received a push at an early age in a home that encouraged taking risks with new ideas and unconventional careers. Two major influences were my mother, Barbara Marx Hubbard, who developed the perspective conscious evolution; and my father, Earl Wade Hubbard, space philosopher.