Wheaton's new FiberSpace
Posted on March 29, 2013
Science Center room 233 is now home to the FiberSpace. A collaboration between the WHALE lab, which promotes creativity and collaboration, and the student run Knitting Club, the FiberSpace has yarn, sewing machines, conductive thread, and other textiles. With both traditional materials and high-tech items, the space strives to connect traditional fiber arts with technology. The space is open to students, faculty, and staff for creative projects. Bring your skills, creativity, or just an interest in learning more.
Upcoming events in the FiberSpace:
April 19, 2013 Fiber Space Open House
April 26, 2013 2-4 p.m. Lumi Workshop
Donations of yarn, fabric, or books for the space are more than welcome. If you are interested in using the space or equipment for a project please contact Tom Armstrong or Lauren Slingluff and they will arrange access for you.