EcoPrint with Color!

A cat looks up at the camera as it reclines on assorted colorful scarves
 Row of colorful scarves hanging up on the wall
 An assortment of colorful scarves
 Scarves with leaf patterns

Date: May 6-7, 2023 (Spring, 2 day)
Medium: Fiber Art
Instructor: Leah Tuscany (email) and Kathy Hubbard (email)
Skill Level: Beginner

Learn how to create gorgeous silk scarves and a felted table runner or wall hanging, using leaves and plants you have gathered from your own backyard. This comprehensive class introduces students to various techniques to create beautiful, colorful prints on silk and wool.

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Non-Credit

Undergraduate Credit

Graduate Credit

Tuition does not cover the cost of supplies and materials. Many of the workshops require you to bring specific materials or tools with you.


Supply List

Supplies are subject to change. A final list will be emailed to each participant before the first day of class.

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Studio Fee

All workshops have a studio fee. Fees are collected at the end of the workshop and payable by check or credit card. MU no longer accepts cash.

Estimated studio fee for this workshop: $TBD*

*The final cost may vary depending on the actual cost of materials at the time of the workshop. It is possible for fees to be less or greater than the range indicated depending upon individual student usage.

Studio supply fees are an estimate and can be subject to change due to supply chain issues or transportation cost.


About the Instructors

Leah Tuscany is an accomplished artist in a variety of areas. Fiber arts, lampwork glass and PMC are a few of her interests. She specializes in the creation of functional and sculptural glass beads and art objects, exploring dying and experimenting with various fiber and some metal work as well. One art interest leads to another in seems. Leah participates in gallery and art shows regularly and teaches workshops specializing in beginning to advanced lampwork design. Additional area of specialty incorporates PMC (Precious Metal Clay) into the design of lampwork projects.

Kathy Savage Hubbard recently retired from teaching art in a public school after 32 years. She continues to teach a class at Miami University as well as other workshops. She is primarily a fiber artist who also explores other mediums. Kathy has always loved making things. She grew up in a family of makers. Her dad was a woodworker who also built sailboats. Her grandmother was an accomplished seamstress and knitter. Kathy especially likes the empowering feeling of creating something that is beautiful and well made. It brings her great joy.