My scope and sequence for teaching hand and machine stitching and modern quilting to middle school students to reinforce geometry concepts.
Category Archives: art education
The Business Of Being An Artist
Using Adobe Spark to create an instructional linked document.
Transformative Thursday: Indigenous Ways of Knowing
We can rise up from the charred cinders of our brokenness by transforming our hands to be creative.
Wampum Wednesday: Indigenous Ways of Knowing
Indigenous textiles as a vehicle to jump start creativity to facilitate self-healing.
Tech Tuesday: Indigenous Ways of Knowing
The 411 on accessing Marks of Resistance: Indigenous Embroidery as an online class.
Cyber Monday: Indigenous Ways of Knowing
Overview of Marks of Resistance online class and the Seed 2 Runway Project.
Setting Up A Video Teaching Space
Setting up a space for making instructional videos.
My Miracle Manifestation
Learning to walk on sunshine after coming out of Bald Cypress – My Journey From Depression 2 A Miracle!
Teaching Modern Quilting: Quilts As Art
Last night, I met with seven precious ladies in my first Modern Quilting Class at Wilson Community College. I’m humbled and blessed to be their guide to the world of stitching. Six are beginners and one is a quilter ready to make her quilts into works of art. So, I’m back to journaling my journeyContinue reading “Teaching Modern Quilting: Quilts As Art”
The Creative Process
While unpacking boxes, as I settle into my childhood home, I came across my research from teaching Contemporary Art & Design at Chowan University a few years ago. The timing was perfect for me to be my own learner. “Teaching is for learners,” echoing in my ears in my Momma’s voice. The creative process ofContinue reading “The Creative Process”