Summer Symposium 2019 > Workshops

Between July 15 and 26, 2019, we offer a workshop programme of 27 courses:

First workshop week (15. - 19. July): 5 days workshops mainly in German
Second workshop week (22. - 26. July): We offer a wide range of 5-, 3- and 2 days workshops, which can be booked as pre-conference workshops for participants of the ETN conference via this website:

Workshop week 1: Mo, 15th - Fr, 19th of July 2019 (5 days) - This information is available in German only!

01: Katazome - japanischer Papierschablonendruck auf Textilien | Anita Bauer, A | 15. - 19. Juli 2019

Wir beschäftigen uns mit einer textilen Färbetechnik namens 型染め  [Katazome], ein spezielles Reserveverfahren aus Japan. Dabei wird Reispapp durch Papierschablonen gedrückt. Nach dem Trocknen wird mit einem hake (breiter Pinsel) der Farbstoff direkt auf den Stoff appliziert. Die Technik gilt als Vorreiter des Siebdrucks und weist auch Parallelen zum europäischen Blaudruck auf.
Der Kurs hat einen hands-on-Charakter, sprich wir werden unseren Fokus aufs gemeinsame Tun legen. Dabei beginnen wir mit einer kleinen Einführung in die Ästhetik dieser Technik, danach werden wir die Druckschablonen aus Papier herstellen, den Reispapp zubereiten, die Stoffe anschließend damit reservieren, aufhängen und spannen, und schließlich die Stoffe färben. Wir werden mit einfachen, kontrastreichen Mustern und Formen arbeiten, es können natürlich eigene Designs oder Ideen bereits zu Kursbeginn mitgebracht werden. Im Kurs können Stoffe entstehen, die sich im Kimono-Kurs in der Folgewoche gleich weiterverarbeiten lassen.

Teilnehmerkreis: alle experimentierfreudigen und interessierten Personen
Voraussetzungen:
Neugierde und Lust am gemeinschaftsorientierten Arbeiten
Teilnehmerzahl:
max. 8 Personen

Datum: Mo, 15. – Fr, 19. Juli 2019
Kurssprache: Deutsch, bei Bedarf Englisch
Kurskosten: 315 Euro, für Studierende 284 Euro (exklusive Materialkosten)

Kursleitung: ANITA BAUER, Österreich
1989 geboren in Linz, studiert Textilkunst an der Universität für Angewandte Kunst in Wien und Textildesign und Färberei in Tokyo an der Joshibi University for Art and Design, lebt und arbeitet in Wien und Oberösterreich. In ihren Arbeiten
geht es um einen Dialog zwischen Handwerk, Design und Kunst, zwischen Altem und Neuem und die Verbindung
verschiednere Kulturkreise; arbeitet seit Sommer 2017 in den Räumlichkeiten der Zeugfärberei Gutau

 

02: Weben - ein Fadengeflüster im Garten Eden | Priska Schmid, CH | 15. - 19. Juli 2019

Wir werden in diesem Einsteigerkurs in der Handwebwerkstatt das komplette Einrichten des Webstuhls lernen und vertiefen. Wir planen, schären und bäumen mehrere Ketten, machen den Einzug und weben. Es werden erste Erfahrungen an verschiedenen Webstühlen gesammelt und unterschiedliche Modelle verglichen.
Die Möglichkeiten beim Weben mit vier bis acht Schäften, ausgehend von der Leinwand- und der Ripsbindung, werden ausprobiert und das theoretische Wissen dazu vermittelt. Inspiriert vom Thema „Garten Eden" entstehen bunte Tücher nach individuellem Entwurf.

Teilnehmerkreis: Webanfänger/innen und Weber/innen mit Basiswissen
Voraussetzungen: Lust aufs Weben
Teilnehmerzahl: max. 8 Personen

Datum: Mo, 15. – Fr, 19. Juli 2019
Kurssprache: Deutsch, bei Bedarf auch Englisch
Kurskosten: 315 Euro, für Studierende 284 Euro (exklusive Materialkosten)

Kursleitung: PRISKA SCHMID, Schweiz
1968 geboren, 1989-1992 Lehre als dipl. Handweberin, Textile Weiterbildungen an den Schulen für Gestaltung und Kunst in Luzern und Zürich. Diverse textile Projekte rund um den Globus und im eigenen Atelier. Spezifisches Wissen in der Gestaltung und Herstellung von Paramenten. Mehrjähriges Engagement in der Handweberei eines Zisterziens-erklosters. Von 2011 – 2018 Leitung der Paramentenwerkstatt, Handweberei und Nähatelier, Kloster Fahr

 

03: Rippen und Falten - Auf und Ab im Gewebe | Sylvia Bünzel, D | 15. - 19. Juli 2019

Es ist ja immer spannend, wenn ein Gewebe aus der Fläche heraustritt und eine räumliche Struktur erkennen lässt. Es gibt eine Anzahl von Bindungen, die in Kombination mit Material und Farbe ganz erstaunliche Effekte und ein kräftiges Auf und Ab im Gewebe ergeben. Wir arbeiten mit hohlen Rippen, kett- und schussseitigen Bindungen, Kreppstrukturen, Kombinationen von flottierenden und engbindenden Fäden, diversen Materialkontrasten und vielem mehr.
Wir probieren aus, kombinieren Bekanntes und Neues, bringen Farbe ins Spiel und wagen auch das Experiment.

Teilnehmerkreis: alle Interessierten mit oder ohne Webkenntnisse
Voraussetzungen: keine, Anfänger/innen wie Fortgeschrittene sind herzlich willkommen
Teilnehmerzahl: max. 8 Personen

Datum: Mo, 15. – Fr, 19. Juli 2019
Kurssprache:
Deutsch
Kurskosten: 
315 Euro, für Studierende 284 Euro (exklusive Materialkosten)

Kursleitung: SYLVIA BÜNZEL, Deutschland
1961 geboren in Frankenberg/Eder, Deutschland, 1992-1996 Ausbildung zur Handweberin am Werkhof Kukate, seit 1993 eigenes Atelier, zahlreiche Ausstellungsbeteiligungen, seit 2003 Kursleitertätigkeit am Werkhof Kukate, seit 2005 Dozententätigkeit an der Freien Waldorfschule am Maschsee, Hannover, 2009/2010 Teilnahme am Studiengang zum Gestalter im Handwerk, Werkakademie für Gestaltung und Design im Handwerk Niedersachsen e.V., Hannover mit Abschluss „Gestalterin im Handwerk"
mehr Infos: www.sylvia-buenzel.de

 

04: Fair Isle stricken | Maria Nefischer, A | 15. - 19. Juli 2019

Das Thema „Garten Eden" erzeugt bunte Bilder im Kopf, voll üppiger Farben, Blumen und Muster – ideal, um sich beim Stricken in der Fair Isle Technik davon inspirieren zu lassen! Zum einen lernen wir in dieser Woche die Grundbegriffe wie Fadenhaltung beim Stricken mit zwei Garnen, Steekmaschen und Aufschneiden kennen und erarbeiten uns die technische Basis. Zum anderen experimentieren wir auch mit Farben und Mustern, um ein Gefühl für die ver-schiedenen Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten zu bekommen. Wir holen uns Farbanregungen aus der Natur, setzen sie in der Fair Isle Technik um und beobachten, wie verschiedene Farben die Muster unterschiedlich wirken lassen. Das Experimentieren und eine kreative Herangehensweise stehen im Vordergrund. So tauchen wir während der Kurstage immer tiefer ein in die bunte, üppige Welt des Strickens – fast wie in einen Garten Eden…

Teilnehmerkreis: alle, die schon immer mehrfärbige Muster stricken wollten und Lust auf Farbe und Maschen haben
Voraussetzungen: Grundkenntnisse im Stricken
Teilnehmerzahl:  max. 10 Personen

Datum: Mo, 15. – Fr, 19. Juli 2019 
Kurssprache: D
eutsch, bei Bedarf auch Englisch
Kurskosten:
 315 Euro, für Studierende 284 Euro (exklusive Materialkosten)

Kursleitung: MARIA NEFISCHER, Österreich
1968 geboren, Kolleg für Kunsthandwerk & Design, Kurse bei Di Gilpin und Kaffe Fassett, Brandon Mably, lebt und arbeitet in Niederösterreich und im Burgenland als Strickdesignerin und führt das Wollgeschäft „Zum Schwarzen Schaf", leitet Kurse zu verschiedensten Strickthemen in Österreich, Deutschland, Großbritannien und der Schweiz und bietet auch Strickreisen an
mehr Infos: www.stricken-macht-gluecklich.at

 

05: Erste Schritte für Schnitte: Die Bluse | Theresa Prammer, A | 15. - 19. Juli 2019

In dem Kurs wird alles gelernt, was man für eine klassische Blusenverarbeitung braucht:
Angefangen vom Zuschnitt, über das Fixieren der Einzelteile bis hin zu technischen Details wie Ärmel-, Kragen-, Schlitz- und Manschettenverarbeitung werden alle Schritte durchbesprochen und erlernt. Ein weiteres wichtiges Kapitel wird die Abänderung eines Konfektionsschnittes zu einem passenden Blusenschnitt sein, beginnend mit dem Papierschnitt bis zur ersten Anprobe. Ziel ist es, am Ende des Kurses eine fertige Bluse mit nach Hause nehmen zu können. Konfektionsschnitte werden vorhanden sein, es besteht aber auch die Möglichkeit, eigene Schnitte mitzubringen und mit diesen zu arbeiten.

Teilnehmerkreis: fortgeschrittene Schneider/innen, die die klassische Blusenverarbeitung erlernen wollen
Voraussetzungen: Grundlagen der Schneiderei
Teilnehmerzahl: max. 6 Personen

Datum: Mo, 15. – Fr, 19. Juli 2019
Kurssprache:
Deutsch
Kurskosten: 
315 Euro, für Studierende 284 Euro (exklusive Materialkosten)

Kursleitung: THERESA PRAMMER, Österreich
1987 in Rohrbach/Mühlviertel geboren, studierte Theater-, Film- und Medienwissenschaft mit Magisterabschluss in Kostümgeschichte an der Universität Wien, während des Studiums Beginn der Ausbildung zur Schneiderin, 2013 mit Meisterprüfung in Wien abgeschlossen, arbeitet derzeit an einer Bademodenkollektion und an einem Schnittzeichenbuch für Anfänger/innen

 

06: Monolog mit Nadel und Faden - aus dem Leben gestickt | Gina Niederhumer, A/Südafrika | 15. - 19. Juli 2019

Jeder Tag birgt seine kleinen Schätze und Begebenheiten - man hört etwas, das einen anspricht, man sieht etwas, das einem gefällt, manchmal beschäftigen uns auch ungemütliche Gedanken… In diesem Kurs gehen wir in einer spielerisch gestickten Bildsprache damit um. Wir sticken postkartengroße textile Bilder, in denen wir unsere Gedanken, Gefühle und Eindrücke verarbeiten. Die Summe der fertigen Arbeiten stellt eine Art Tagebuch des Erlebten dar, eine persönliche Geschichte in Stoff und Faden, die jeden Tag unterschiedliche Aspekte aufgreift: das Sich-frei-Sticken, die Suche nach Verlangsamung, die Erarbeitung eines persönlichen Stoffarchivs und einer individuellen Sticksprache, die Beschäftigung mit zeitgenössischen Textilkünstlern/innen und vieles mehr.
Ziel des Projektes ist nicht das perfekte Erlernen einer spezifischen Sticktechnik, sondern das Einlassen auf einen künstlerischen Prozess und die Auseinandersetzung mit der persönlichen Biografie.

Teilnehmerkreis: alle, die Freude am textilen Arbeiten und individuellen Ausdruck haben
Voraussetzungen: keine, jedoch ist beim Handsticken Geduld von Nöten
Teilnehmerzahl: max. 12 Personen

Datum: Mo, 15. – Fr, 19. Juli 2019
Kurssprache: Deutsch, bei Bedarf auch Englisch
Kurskosten: 315 Euro, für Studierende 284 Euro (exklusive Materialkosten)

Kursleitung: GINA NIEDERHUMER, Österreich/Südafrika
geboren in Österreich, übersiedelte im Alter von 19 Jahren nach Südafrika, freischaffend als Textil-künstlerin, Autorin und Kursleiterin tätig, 1978 – 1980 Studium an der Universität für künstlerische und industrielle Gestaltung Linz/A, Studium Fine Arts und Visual Arts an der University of South Africa (UNISA), 2014 – 2016 Masters in Fine Art an der University of Cape Town (UCT), zahlreiche Ausstellungen
mehr Infos: www.ginaniederhumer.com

 

07: Sag es durch die Blume - Stickstiche zur Blatt- und Blütenstickerei | Tanja Boukal, A | 15. - 19. Juli 2019

Möchten Sie Ihren Stickprojekten mehr Vielfalt verleihen, indem Sie verschiedene Arten von Blättern oder Blüten einsetzen? Da Blumen und Blätter wahrscheinlich das häufigste Motiv in der Stickerei sind, ist es gut, ein ganzes Arsenal an Stickstichen und Techniken zur Hand zu haben, um sie zum Leben zu erwecken.
Nach einer Vorstellung unterschiedlicher Arbeitsmaterialien und Werkzeuge sowie der Grundlagen des Stickens und korrekten Bespannens des Stickrahmens sticken wir an den ersten beiden Tagen gemeinsam ein kleines Mustertuch mit vielen verschiedenen Techniken, inspiriert von Beispielen traditioneller und moderner Interpretationen gestickter Blumen. Danach entstehen ganz individuelle Arbeiten: ein Blumenbild, verschönerte Kleidung oder akzentuierte Taschen,… - die Möglichkeiten sind so grenzenlos wie die Vielfalt der Blumen, die auf der Erde wachsen!

Teilnehmerkreis: alle, die Lust auf Neues haben
Voraussetzungen:
keine, der Kurs ist auch für Anfänger/innen geeignet
Teilnehmerzahl:
max. 10 Personen

Datum: Mo, 15. – Fr, 19. Juli 2019
Kurssprache:
Deutsch, bei Bedarf auch Englisch
Kurskosten: 
315 Euro, für Studierende 284 Euro (exklusive Materialkosten)

Kursleitung: TANJA BOUKAL, Österreich
1976 in Wien geboren, HBLA f. Mode- und Bekleidungstechnik/Kunstgewerbe, 1996 – 1999 Studium „Bühnenbild" an der Wiener Kunstschule, 2002 – 2008: Leitung der Klasse „temporäre Raumgestaltung" an der Wiener Kunstschule, seit 2000 Assistenz an der Sommerakademie Salzburg; zahlreiche nationale und internationale Ausstellungen, u.a. 2013/14 Einzelausstellung „political correctness" im Museum der Moderne, Salzburg; 2015: „Demonstrating Minds" im Museum für zeitgenössische Kunst Helsinki
mehr Infos: www.boukal.at/de

 

 

Workshop week 2: Mo, 22nd - Fr, 26th July 2019 (5 days)

08: Action & Reaction: Augmenting woven construction through finishing & embellishment | Daniel Henry, BE and Tim Perry Williams, GB | 22 - 26 July 2019

This course will facilitate an intimate, and ‘active’ reflection on the relationships between the structure and composition of woven cloth and post-weaving finishing treatments and manipulations, by moving back-and-forth between looms and finish applications in order to develop ideal substrates for desired treatments and affects. Three broad transformative ‘actions’ will be explored: Thermal, Physical and Chemical, changing both the look and/or ‘hand’ of your weave including: milling and felting, emerizing, brushing, needle-punching, permanent pleating, foiling, embossing, shrinking, bleaching, and dévoré.

Participants: suitable for intermediate to advanced weavers (can be novice in finishing)
Prerequisites:
willingness to experiment, discover and explore, curious, open-minded
Number of participants:
max. 12 people

Date: Mo, 22 – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English and French
Course fee: 350 Euro, students 315 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor 1: DANIEL HENRY, Belgium
Born in 1976, 2001 Diploma at the Ecole Nationale Supérieur des Arts Visuels - LA CAMBRE in Textile Design and Fashion Design, Brussels, 2002 Opening of his own textile design studio in Tournai, Speaker and artistic director of various companies, freelancer for various fashion houses and young designers, since 2004 teaching and workshops
more Information: www.danielhenry.eu

Instructor 2: TIM PARRY-WILLIAMS, England
1974 born in Gloucester/UK, 1993-1998: BA and MA Textile Studies at the Surrey Institute of Art & Design and at Okinawa Prefectural University of Art, 2002-2013: Senior Lecturer Woven Textiles, Bath Spa University, UK, since 2013: Course Leader, MA Design: Fashion & Textiles Bath Spa University, UK, since 2004 several exhibitions, amongst others the project "Plain Stripe Check" in Tokyo, Farnham, Stroud and Haslach

 

09: Unequal pairs – Weaving on the TC1 and TC2 | Vibeke Vestby, NO and Elisabeth Stötzler, A/D | 22 - 26 July 2019

The digital manual Jacquard loom allows you to quickly create designs and ideas in fabrics. Inspired by the theme „Garden of Eden" you will develop two fabrics that together can make a pair. The two instructors will show you different ways of doing this: you can try two looms, the TC1, the first digital hand Jacquard loom, and the TC2, an improved development from Digital Weaving Norway. The creation of the digital file to control the loom can be done in Photoshop, or in the CAD program Arahne. Your digital file may be a design or a photograph. Both planning and know-how as well as experimentation and creativity are required to explore the multitude of design possibilities and to find an individual Approach.

Participants: anyone who wants to immerse themselves in weave construction and jacquard weaving
Prerequisites: knowledge of the binding theory
Number of participants:
max. 10 people

Date: Mo, 22. – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English, German, Nowegain
Course fee: 440 Euro, students 396 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor 1: VIBEKE VESTBY, Norway
Born in 1954, trained as weaving teacher, textile Artist, computer programmer. Teaching at Textile Teachers’ College, College of Art & Design, both Oslo. 1990-92 Governmental grant for developing TC-1. Worked with Tronrud Engineering since 1990, developing the TC-1 and TC2. Managing TC2 sales & marketing. Taught TC-1 / TC2 workshops throughout USA, Asia and Europe

Instructor 2: ELISABETH STÖTZLER, Germany/Austria
Born in 1960, training as a hand-weaver, dressmaker; Studying textile design; Practice in craft enterprises and textile industry; Activity in the textile preservation; Lecturer at the Art University Linz, department textile.art.design, Fashion & Technology; Collaboration with the Textile Center Haslach in the field of jacquard weaving / CAD, Design and courses

 

10: Low tech - high end: weaving pattern with simple tools | Ase Eriksen, NO | 22 - 26 July 2019

Warp faced compound twill and tabby (Jin), Han-Qi (Han damask), Samitum, Taqueté, Kuvikas (summer and winter), Lampas (Beiderwand) and patterned double cloth are all historical high tech weaving structures that more or less went out of use many hundreds of years ago.
Especially those that were used in the beginnings of weaving patterned silk fabrics. The weaving tools and the methods are gone, but the structures are simple. We will set up looms and weave samples of these structures, sometimes with small adjustments of the loom. The easiest way we can produce patterns is by the help of sticks. In the theory part of the workshop all the recipes and binding structures will be explained and put into a historical context.

Participants: Weavers and others interested with basic weaving skills
Prerequisites: basic weaving skills
Number of participants: max. 8 people

Date: Mo, 22 – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English
Course fee: 315 Euro, students 284 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: ÅSE ERIKSEN, Norway
1956 born in Bergen/NO, 1977-1982: Bergen Academy of Art and Design, Textile Department: all textile skills, especially weaving, since 1982: own weaving studio, substitue teacher in weaving, BA of art and design, since 1995 Courses in „Weaving with free patterning", Lectures in topics such as my own work, church textiles and copying of old textiles. Solo exhibitions and group exhibitions at home and abroad
more information: www.kirketekstiler.com and www.samitum.no

 

11: Handtufting | Rolf Brenner, D/SE and Ingrid Hackl, A | 22 - 26 July 2019

Handtufting is a fascinating technique that uses a gun-like device to shoot pile threads into a ground fabric. As a result, woollen carpets and wall hangings can be produced in a relatively simple manner, the design of which is completely free. We learn all the work steps, from the mounting of the base fabric to the operation of the hand-held machine to the correct bonding of the back of the carpets. We concern ourselves with suitable materials, deal with pile or loop heights and put a focus on the development of the design. There are various types of hand-held machines available - electropneumatic, electrical or hand operated. In addition, shearing machine and relief cutting machine encourage to experiment with after-treatment effects. Each participant will tuft a small rug and try different techniques.

Participants: all interested, especially suitable for designers, artists, and interior designers
Prerequisites: skilled craftsmanship
Number of participants: max. 6 people

Date: Mo, 22 – Fr, 26 July 2019 
Course language:
English and German
Course fee: 
395 Euro, students 356 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor 1: ROLF BRENNER,Germany/Sweden
Born 1948 in Ottweiler, D; Masterclass at the Textile College Krefeld, working as a textile designer at various companies in Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden, setting-up a hand weaving mill in Swaziland for 2 years, own workshop for tufting and robot tufting in Hilsjunga, Sweden for 35 years, various exhibition participations and study visits
more information: www.designbrenner.se

Instructor 2: INGRID HACKL, Austria
Born in Kirchdorf / Krems, studied visual education and textile design in Linz, additional qualifications and others. as a writing therapist and personality and communication trainer, since 2010 lecturer and university assistant for design: Technik.Textil at the Kunstuniversität Linz, artistic work in the fields of collage, textile design, painting and poetry; numerous exhibitions and art projects

 

12: Letter performance | Cécile Belmont, F/A | 22 - 26 July 2019

A letter performance is a clothing action in a public space. One or more people wear letters and words on their clothes. This makes temporary sentences visible, which are captured in photographs. In Haslach we will develop several Letter Performances, which will feature the location with its characteristics. To do this, we explore the area and collect words: we walk through Haslach, write down impressions and remarks, and address residents. Next, we apply the words directly to garments using various textile techniques: i.e. hand screen printing, application, embroidery, flex printing ... We stage these clothing messages in public places in Haslach. The textile words react with the environment and open dialogues with passers-by. A letter performance forms at the interface between textile experiments, participatory art and concrete poetry.

Participants: all interested
Prerequisites: none
Number of participants: max. 10 people

Date: Mo, 22 – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English, German and French
Course fee: 315 Euro, students 284 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: CÉCILE BELMONT, France/Austria
Born in 1975 in France, studied textile art at the ESAA Duperré Paris, textile and surface design at the Kunsthochschule Weißensee Berlin and painting in Argentina, currently lives in Linz / A; works at the interface between art and design with i.a. printed and embroidered fabrics, public performance, exhibitions and photography; Teaching, i.a. University Mozarteum Salzburg, Lentos Art Museum Linz, University of Vienna, Faculty of Architecture, RWTH Aachen University
more information: www.cecilebelmont.com

 

13: The Blue Flower - approaches to flax | Veronika Moos, D | 22 - 26 July 2019

The linen project „The Blue Flower" was launched in 2014 by Veronika Moos. It is a combination of land art, dialogue, fiber production and artistic search for traces of the cultivated plant flax or linen. The course also starts at these interfaces: material starting point will be a thick bundle of retted stalks of flax straw, which we „transform", i.e. deseed, break, hackle and spin threads from of all this, create artful paintings and objects in free processing (in the linen processing there is no waste). Apart from the cultural background, we will trace the growth path of the flax back to the seed and find out how even a small piece of earth and a little yearning for the „blue flower" can become a magnificent linen-garden.

Participants: all interested
Prerequisites: none
Number of participants:  max. 10 people

Date: Mo, 22 – Fr, 26 Juli 2019
Course language:
English and German
Course fee: 
315 Euro, students 284 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: VERONIKA MOOS, Germany
Born in 1961, diploma from the Academy of Fine Arts, Mainz; Doctorate at the University of Cologne; lives and works as a sculptor and cultural educator in Cologne and France, Côte d‘Opale; In 2014, project linen-from-the-blue-flower was launched, where people provide a piece of soil for sowing flax; is meanwhile in possession of „organic archives" from all over Europe, 2017 exhibition „The Blue flower" in the Haslach church tower
more information: www.textilkunst.de

 

14: Felttopia | Gudrun Bartenberger-Geyer, A | 22 - 26 July 2019

This summer, people from different countries will meet in Haslach. The textile, the craft and the art act under the motto „Garden of Eden" as media that connect us all. This is reminiscent of Utopia – of an endless scope for joint creative thinking and action and is an inspirational starting point for a course in which „Syntopia" - the mutual exchange of art and nature - is in the centre. It uses simple elements from nature, which offer themselves as inspiration for textile design. Using wool and natural fibers, we model forms that appear like natural shapes. Switching from individual to group work, smaller structures may be combined to form larger compositions. Perhaps the starting point can be also materials that travel to Haslach from the different countries of origin of the participants and combine to form a whole. In the end, in addition to own creations and haptic experiences, visual memories and ideas from „Felttopia" might be taken home.

Participants: all who enjoy designing and experimenting with wool
Prerequisites: basic knowledge in felting is an advantage
Number of participants: max. 10 people

Date: Mo, 22 – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English and German
Course fee: 315 Euro, students 284 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: GUDRUN BARTENBERGER-GEYER, Austria
1969 born in Linz, 5-year training in textile and decorative design, diploma in fashion and clothing Technology, master class for women‘s clothing, design and implementation of bag collections as an independent fashion designer, since 2005 cooperation with international textile artists in the field of felting, participation in exhibitions home and abroad, management of workshops
more information: www.gudrungeyer.com

 

15: Pattern design and hand print - patterns to understand, design and print | Bettina Zwirner, D | 22 - 26 July 2019

In this course we will deal with various printing techniques such as stamp and stencil printing. By working with these techniques, one can understand and apply in a very simple and direct way the design principles and laws of patterns and surface designs. When designing, we are inspired by nature. Flowers and plants are a never-ending source and form the basis for developing their own formal idiom without the need for graphic background. Abstract but also figurative patterns can be created.
Designing a single element, developing a pattern repeat, printing all over patterns, repeating your own design, and resist printing on fabric are all part of this course. We experiment with unusual printing materials and work on different types of paper, fabrics and textiles. The resulting prints can also be bound as a sample book.

Participants: all who like beautiful patterns
Prerequisites: none
Number of participants: max. 10 people

Date: Mo, 22 – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English and German
Course fee: 315 Euro, students 284 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: BETTINA ZWIRNER, Germany
Born in 1960, teaches as a handweaver, studied textile art at the Kunstakademie Nürnberg, lives and works in Nuremberg, runs a studio for textile hand printing and works as a lecturer in the textile workshop of Werkbund Werkstatt Nürnberg
more information: www.bettinazwirner.de

 

16: Experiencing the Knitting Machine | Veronika Perschè, A | 22 - 26 July 2019

Machine knitting enables the quick, direct implementation of your own inspirations and opens many ways for design! This course is for beginners in handling the knitting machine and anyone who wants to try out a new textile technique.
We mainly deal with the handling of the machine, understand the technical principle and explore the various patterning possibilities. In addition to technical know-how, individual ideas are also discussed and everyone is encouraged to playfully try out different patterns, effects, colours and yarns. Anyone interested in computer-aided design will receive an introduction to the knitting design software ‚DesignaKnit‘.
At the end of the course, all participants will take home many small or larger samples, experience and food for thought. If available, own knitting machines can be brought along, but there are also several knitting machines available on site.

Participants: Designers, artists, anyone interested in textiles, knitting beginners
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge in the handling of textile materials, knowledge of hand knitting and experience with machines (e.g. sewing machines) are an advantage
Number of participants: max. 8 people

Date: Mo, 22 – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English and German
Course fee: 315 Euro, students 284 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: VERONIKA PERSCHÉ, Austria
Born in 1976 in Klosterneuburg, trained as a gold and pearl embroiderer in Vienna, trained and graduated in textile design in Vienna; since 2001 projects as an independent knitwear designer, national and international exhibition activities, cooperation with artists and designers in the fields of fashion, visual arts, costume design, furniture design, jewellery design; 2010 guest artist at CTCM Montreal, Canada.
more information: www.persche.com

 

17: Textile Origami bags | Teresa Neuhauser, A | 22 - 26 July 2019

The bag is a clothing accessory made of flexible material and intended as a container for carrying goods. Origami is the art of paper folding, in which, starting mostly from a square paper, two or three-dimensional objects are created by folding. Some of the basic techniques of paper folding, which involves creating 3D objects from a surface, can also be applied to the construction of artistically designed textile bags. This results in simple but sophisticated containers and 3D objects for transport purposes, which can be folded away as compactly as possible.

Participants: Bag lovers
Prerequisites: Knowledge in handling the sewing machine
Number of participants: max. 7 people

Date: Mo, 22 – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English and German
Course fee: 315 Euro, students 284 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: TERESA NEUHAUSER, Austria
1981 born in Vienna, College of Fashion and Clothing Technology, HBLA Herbststraße, Vienna, studied fashion design at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna with Prof. Raf Simons, since 2008 editorial director of the label NoC - natures of conflict, Vienna, 2009 - 2013: production management at fabrics interseason Wien; 2010 - 2016 Lecturer at the Art University Linz / Fashion & Technology, since 2010 University of Applied Arts Vienna, KinderuniKunst workshop leader fashion, since 2017 working in the sewing workshop Haslach

 

18: Sewing kimono - meditation with needle and thread | Karin Altmann, A | 22 - 26 July 2019

A Japanese kimono („the thing to put on") is very different from Western styles that either imitate or enroll the body in certain shapes. A kimono is sewn from whole, straight fabric panels and first folded on the body and fastened with ribbons. In its minimalist aesthetics, the kimono embodies basic principles of Japanese ethics and aesthetics, such as wabi-sabi, the concept of perception of beauty or mottainai, the „wasting nothing" principles that stand for respect for the uniqueness of things and the impermanence of all being, but also for the respect for the material and the work of the hands. In the course, we will develop a personal kimono pattern for each participant and make an unlined upper garment (hitoe kosode) in the traditional Japanese hand sewing technique.

Participants: all interested parties; It can also be combined with the Katazome course (course week 1) in order to process the self-designed materials immediately.
Prerequisites: none; a little patience and stamina are beneficial
Number of participants: max. 10 people

Date: Mo, 22 – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English and German
Course fee: 315 Euro, students 284 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: KARIN ALTMANN, Austria
Born in Vienna / Austria in 1978, 1998 - 2005 studied at the University of Applied Arts Vienna (textile), at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and at the Wimbledon School of Art London (costume design); 2005 diploma „Kyrgyz felt art in the context of nomadism and shamanism"; 2014 Dissertation and subsequent publication „Fabric of Life - Textile Arts in Bhutan", 1999 - 2016 art mediator in the Essl Museum, since 1999 artistic projects in Austria, Bhutan and Ghana, since 2014 Senior Lecturer at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, since 2016 "Silent Threads - The Kimono Project"

 

 

Workshop week 2: Mo, 22nd - We, 24th July 2019 (3 days)

19: Sculpturing and drawing with metal thread and wire | Marta Nerhus, NO | 22 - 24 July 2019

We will use simple textile techniques to make sculptures and three dimensional forms in black iron wire, colorful metal thread or copper thread. The metal thread can be soft or hard, can be like a line, and is easy to mould. We will work with our hands, and need almost no other tools. Sometimes it can be like weaving without a loom or drawing in the air. We will be undertaking studies of the characteristics and possibilities of different metal threads. Using simple techniques we will be first making different smaller objects according to guidelines and will be finally creating individual sculptures. Individual support will be given to every student, and the open discussions in the group will be an important part of the workshop. We will talk about how to express ourselves and will explore different ways of looking at things. In this workshop your hands, your eyes and an open mind will be your Tools.

Participants: everyone who is interested
Prerequisites: none
Number of participants: max. 12 people

Date: Mo, 22 – We, 24 July 2019
Course language: English and Norwegian
Course fee: 225 Euro, students 203 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: MARTA NERHUS, Norway
1955 born at the Hardangerfjord/NO, 1983 - 1988 Bergen Academy of Art and Design, diploma in textile, 1988 - 1989 Free Art School in Helsinki, Finland, painting, since 1988 several solo and group exhibitions in Norway and abroad, since 1991 different courses for children and adults; lives and works as a visual artist in Bergen, at the culture house USF Verftet from 1988; 2014 - 2022 The Norwegian Governments working grants Senior Artists.
more information: www.martanerhus.no

 

20: The sun hat - the art of hat making | Eva Siebert, A | 22 - 24 July 2019

In this course, we will gain a deeper insight into the craft of the hatter or modiste and acquire many basic techniques. The focus is on the processing of traditional summer fabrics such as Sinamay, Parasisol, Panama, etc.
We will go through the individual steps - from modelling the material, stitching in the headband, processing the brim and fittings, to the finished hat. Based on the acquired techniques, we will experiment and make an individual headdress. As a result, each participant will be able to take home a hat according to their own style and design.

Participants: Hat lovers and interested people
Prerequisites: good basic knowledge in manual and machine sewing
Number of participants: max. 8 people

Date: Mo, 22 – We, 24 July 2019
Course language: English and German
Course fee: 225 Euro, students 203 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: EVA SIEBERT, Austria
1985 born, modiste, 3-year training at Chapeaux-Hutmode in Berlin, lives and works in Vienna, since 2012 employed by the company Mühlbauer, since 2017 teacher at the Vocational School for Chemistry, Graphics and Designing Professions Vienna in the department of Hatter / Modiste designs and builds her own models for her label Biester
more information: www.hutmode-biester.com

 

21: Weaving as in West Africa | Ibrahim Coulibaly + Komory Fofana, Ivory Coast | 22 - 24 July 2019

In West Africa, men weave strips of approx. 13 cm width on simple treadle looms, which are then sewn together to form a larger cloth. The fabrics are woven in plain weave, the traditional patterns are created with the help of a small slat.
In this course, you will not only get to know the traditional weaving technique, but also learn a lot about the culture and life in West Africa. The two instructors Komory Fofana and Ibrahima Coulibaly come from Waraniéné, the well-known weaving village in the north of the Ivory Coast, and authentically convey their craft.
The course is aimed equally at adults as well as children from the age of 10, no previous weaving knowledge is required. The instructors show how to build and set up the loom consisting of wooden poles so that the participants can continue weaving at home.

Participants: Adults and children over 10 with curiosity and interest in other cultures
Prerequisites: none
Number of participants: max. 10 people

Date: Mo, 22 – We, 24 July 2019
Course language: French, English and German 
Course fee: 250 Euro, students 225 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: IBRAHIM COULIBALY and KOMORY FOFANA, Ivory Coast
Ibrahim Coulibaly, born in 1968 and Komory Fofana, born in 1963, are both from Waraniéné, a weaving village in the north of the Ivory Coast. While they were still at school, they helped their fathers and uncles to weave - a high art, which is performed in their country only by men, while the women spin the cotton and crochet the finished sheets together.
More than 25 years ago, when a weaver from this village was given the opportunity to introduce the craft industry in Switzerland, a sustainable network was created. Since then, two weavers regularly come to Europe to convey their craftsmanship and to sell the woven goods from their homeland. The contact runs through a cooperative, so the proceeds benefit the whole village.

 

22: Ecoprint – print with the colours of the leaves | Cordula Ammann-Zuber, CH and Ruth Pryce, A | 22 - 24 July 2019

So much is hidden in the forest and meadows! In the technique of plant printing, the leaves transfer their color directly to the fabric. In combination with different mordants, different shades are achieved and the colors are light- and wash-fast fixed. We will work on cotton, wool and silk.
We explore the colours and shapes of our native plants and create fabrics for home textiles or dresses. On the second day we extend the colour palette with indigo blue. Chance always plays a role in Ecoprint, but you gradually learn to use it purposefully. You will magically transform fabrics, pillowcases, scarves and T-Shirts.

Participants: all interested parties
Prerequisites: none
Number of participants: max. 10 people

Date: Mo, 22 – We, 24 July 2019
Course language: English and German
Course fee: 240 Euro, students 216 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor 1: CORDULA AMMANN-ZUBER, Switzerland
1974 born in St. Gallen, Switzerland, training as a textile designer in hand weaving and kindergarten teacher, study trips on the Silk Road and in China, further training in Shibori with Yoshiko I. Wada, since 2000 own label AUF & AB, activity in hand weaving, Shibori, woven Shibori and Ecoprint, since 2002 exhibition activity
more information: www.aufundab.ch

Instructor 2: RUTH PRYCE, Austria
Born in 1967, graduated herbal educationist with a focus on colouring with plant dyes, lives and works in Vienna. Many years of experience as a course instructor on colouring with natural dyes, i.a. in the Museum of Prehistory in Asparn / Zaya. Further training on colouring and ecoprint with Michel Garcia and Irit Dulman

 

23: Etching, dyeing and felting | Harm Harms, NL | 22 - 24 July 2019

The rich appearance of velvet makes it a beautiful material to use for pieces of art of the highest quality. Etching in velvet is also very popular with couturiers because one can beautifully contrast the very rich surface of velvet against the fabric base of transparent silk. In this workshop you will learn a special etching technique through which you can create transparency in silk velvet. The selective „burning-out" of viscose reveals the silken subsurface. Through etching in combination with felt and special painting techniques students can design and develop their own masterpiece.
In the workshop you learn the different etching techniques, the dyeing with protein dyes and cellulose dyes, and how to bond the wool with the velvet by using the felting technique.

Participants: everyone who is interested
Prerequisites: no special knowledge needed
Number of participants: max. 8 people

Date: Mo, 22 – We, 24 July 2019
Course language: English
Course fee: 225 Euro, students 203 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: HARM HARMS, Netherlands
Born 1945 in the Netherlands, 1962 - 1963 Higher Technical Education, 1963 - 1968 Pedagogical Academy, 1976 - 1980 training for drawing teacher in High school, 1980 - 1982 Private Training in a Goldsmith studio, since 1975 several courses in ceramics, welding, printing and theatre, teaching experience, since 1980 Art director at Hawar Textile Institute, teaching workshops and giving lectures about natural dyeing, fabric manipulation and felting all over Europe, Turkey and Palestine, since 1995 Head Editor of a magazine about textile art and crafts called ‘Vezel magazine’ (www.vezel.nl)
more Infos: www.harmharms.com and www.hawar.nl

 

 

Workshop week 2: Th, 25th - Fr, 26th July 2019 (2 days)

24: The work, the place: bringing the space into tension | Christiane Löhr, D | 25 - 26 July 2019

In the 1960s, new movements changed the perception of art - the emphasis went from the object itself to its surroundings. In Christiane Löhr‘s artistic work, the setting in the room carries the meaning. The participants will therefore be asked to look away from the work in their hands into the room. We open our eyes, perceive our environment in its peculiarity and observe the change and connection that becomes obvious through the conscious placement of our work, which we develop locally. The material we work with is what we are goinig to bring along, and anything we find at the venue without limitation. Our very personal experience and perception flows into the work process, and we also learn in exchange with the other course participants.

Participants: Artists and persons who have already experienced an introduction to artistic working methods
Prerequisites: no specific previous knowledge necessary
Number of participants: max. 15 people

Date: Th, 25 – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English and German
Course fee: 190 Euro, students 171 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: CHRISTIANE LÖHR, Germany
Born in Wiesbaden in 1965, lives in Cologne and Prato, Italy; studied Egyptology / Archeology in Bonn as well as art education and German studies in Mainz / D, 1994 - 1997 studies at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, from 1996 master student of Jannis Kounellis; internationally known through numerous solo and group exhibitions, her sculptures originate from the direct contact with nature, from which she takes her material. She thereby seems to follow a geometry inherent in the material.
more information: www.christianeloehr.de

 

25: „You can go anywhere from anywhere“* | Ismini Samanidou, GR/GB | 25 - 26 July 2019

This workshop will be focussing on experimentation with materials and processes using paper manipulation, mark making, drawing and collage. We will be working with many types of paper including thermal paper and paper that reacts to light. We will be investigating the properties of materials, and the participants will be invited to work in a spontaneous and experimental way, exploring how found materials can provide the basis for pattern and surface and thinking about how time affects these. We will be thinking about scale, rhythm and texture. We will be looking at ways of combining these patterns through layering and interweaving. We will be aiming to develop a range of permanent and ephemeral drawings, and allow ourselves to really play and engage with each process.

*Quote Anni Albers

Participants: anyone interested in experimentation and wanting to develop a body of visual research
Prerequisites: no previous knowledge necessary
Number of participants: max. 10 people

Date: Th, 25 – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English and Greek
Course fee: 180 Euro, students 162 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: ISMINI SAMANIDOU, Great Britain /Greece
1977 born in Athens, Greece, 1997 - 2000 Central Saint Martins College of Art, London, 2001 - 2003 Royal College of Art, London, teaching in the UK and internationally including Central Saint Martins, the Royal College of Art (UK), Penland School of Craft (US), work in private and public collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Crafts Council, the National Theatre (UK), Exhibitions and Group exhibitions, study visits, bursaries, amongst others at Salisbury, UK, Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art, China, Mouans Sartoux, France Crafts Study Center, UK, Center of Craft Creativity and Design USA, residency at the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, USA
more Information: www.isminisamanidou.com

 

26: The Surface Within – creative design techniques with hand cut stencils and nuno felt | Liz Clay, GB | 25 - 26 July 2019

Explore two of the oldest art techniques known to man to produce dynamic templates and surface effects with contemporary hand felting techniques. The workshop will provide experience in simple drawing, cut-out and collage techniques, using beautiful wools and fabrics to create painterly qualities and decorative effects in hand felted fabric. You will get to know simple design solutions exploring colour, rhymical structure, patterning, texture and mark making. The participants will be encouraged to sample and gain confidence with materials and try new methods and processes. Create a unique textile for the home or as a fashion accessory.

Participants:  felt makers and hand craft people
Prerequisites: basic felt making skills an advantage but not necessary
Number of participants: max. 8 people

Date: Th, 25 – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English
Course fee: 180 Euro, students 162 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: LIZ CLAY, Great Britain
British textile artist, makes hand felted textiles for haute couture and one off pieces to commission. Experienced tutor and author of ‘Nuno Felt’, teaches internationally and exhibits regularly in Britain, Europe, North America, Australia and Japan. Work is held in the collections of Givenchy, Balenciaga, Christopher Kane and Stella McCartney, member of the Crafts Council Directory, former Chairman of The International Felt Makers Association and Trustee of Somerset Art Works
more information: www.lizclay.co.uk

 

27: Flowers, Blossoms and Butterflies – Patterns from East Asia as inspiration for easy embroidery | Walter Bruno Brix, D | 25 - 26 July 2019

In this course, patterns from East Asian textiles are analysed using photographs. We are inspired by this and, by the rich vegetation on a tour in and arround Haslach. On the basis of these impressions, we develop our own design and deal with various implementation options. Simple embroidery techniques are introduced and we look at how the self-created template can be best implemented individually. Sewing or embroidery is done by hand - this process requires a bit of patience, but offers space for discussion and engagement with cultural Backgrounds.

Participants: all interested parties
Prerequisites: Sewing skills by hand are of advantage, no sewing machines are used, so the course requires a certain amount of patience and perseverance
Number of participants: max. 8 people

Date: Th, 25 – Fr, 26 July 2019
Course language: English and German
Course fee: 180 Euro, students 162 Euro (excl. material cost)

Instructor: WALTER BRUNO BRIX, Germany
1965 born in Erlenbach am Main / D, 1992 - 1993 Kawashima, Kyoto, Japan - weaving, dyeing, shibori, sashiko, embroidery, kimono in practice and theory, 1994 textile restorer in the German Textile Museum, 2004 Aizu Mishima: Japanese paper making, production of paper robes ; since 1994 lecturer at numerous universities (including Münster, Bonn, Heidelberg, Kerteminde, Zurich) and seminars at museums and educational institutions; curator and author, active for numerous museums and collections in Europe
more information: www.walterbrunobrix.wordpress.com

 

 

Registration

Registration by post
If you want to send us your registration by post, please print out the following form and send it completed and franked to: Textile Kultur Haslach, Stahlmühle 4, A-4170 Haslach

Registration online
For your digital registration please fill out the online form:

I hereby would like to register for the following course:

With this application I agree that the following personal data are sent to Textiles Zentrum Haslach and Textile Kultur Haslach from the input dialogue (acad. grade, title, first name, surname, E-mail address, street, house number, door number, ZIP code, city, country) and may be used for distribution of newsletters, workshop programmes and other information from Textiles Zentrum Haslach and Textile Kultur Haslach by post or E-mail. My data will only be kept in electronical form and will never be distributed to third parties. I may withdraw from this agreement at any given time and without giving reasons by sending an E-mail to info@textile-kultur-haslach.at

 

General information


WORKSHOP ORGANIZERS
Association TEXTILE KULTUR HASLACH, Stahlmühle 4, A-4170 Haslach an der Mühl,
Tel: 0043 (0) 7289 72300, e-mail: info@textile-kultur-haslach.at, www.textile-kultur-haslach.at
The registration for the workshops and the registration for the ETN conference are done separately!
You can register for the conference on the website www.gardenofeden2019.org.

WORKSHOP LOCATIONS
Neue Mittelschule Haslach, Sternwaldstraße 24, A-4170 Haslach and
Textile Center Haslach, Stahlmühle 4, A-4170 Haslach, www.textiles-zentrum-haslach.at
The two workshop locations are located in the center of Haslach and are about a 10 minute walk apart.

TIMETABLE
Mon, Tue, Thu from 8:30 - 12:00 and 13:30 - 17:30,
Wed, Fri from 8:30 - 12:00 and 13:30 - 16:30.
A confirmation of participation will be issued only if the participant has been present at at least 95% of the course.

COURSE FEES
The amounts stated in the course description include the course fees without material and copying costs for scripts. These are to be settled directly with the course instructor. Also not included are costs for accommodation and meals.

ACCOMMODATION
The tourist information team is happy to help with the room service:Touristeninformation Böhmerwald: Hauptplatz 2, A-4160 Aigen, Tel: 0043 (0)57890100, E-mail: info@boehmerwald.at, www.boehmerwald.at
If you are attending the ETN conference from July 29th to July 31st and plan to book the accommodation „Internat Rohrbach/Boarding school Rohrbach“ for this time, you can also stay in this accommodation during the course. Please register in the online registration form at www.gardenofeden2019.org.

DIRECTIONS
Information on train and bus connections from Linz to Haslach can be found on www.oebb.at. From the train station Haslach, which is 3 km outside the center, there is a shuttle bus into the village. If you arrive by train, you can also book rental cars from Linz train station: www.railanddrive.at

Notes on workshop registration


We advise you to register in writing as soon as possible, as the number of places in the courses are limited.
You can use the printed registration card or the online registration form. Registration by e-mail can only be accepted if all information required on the registration card is provided. The assignements of the workshop places take place in the order of the reception of the registrations and after the payment of the entire course fees to the account:

Sparkasse Haslach, Textile Kultur Haslach: BIC: SMWRAT21XXX, IBAN: AT12 2033 4042 0000 8623
Please specify the course number and the name of the participant!

After receiving your registration we will send you a confirmation email. As soon as the minimum number of participants has been reached and the course can take place, you will receive another e-mail with the request for payment, please do not pay before. The entire course fee is then payable within 14 days. For registrations 3 weeks before the beginning of the workshop, it is recommended that you contact us separately before registering in order to clarify if course places are still available. In this case, the course fee must be paid immediately after the confirmation of registration to the above account.

Changes to the programme: Any changes to the workshop days, dates and instructors may arise for organizational reasons. You will be notified immediately. If such changes do not meet your expectations, your deposit will be refunded. Costs for room cancellation and travel will not be refunded by us.

Annulment: Each workshop has a minimum number of participants. Should this minimum not be reached up to 4 weeks before the start of the workshop, we reserve the right to cancel the course. You will be promptly informed about alternative workshops. If these alternatives are not interesting for you, your deposit will be refunded. Costs for room cancellation and travel will not be refunded by us.

Cancellation: Should you be prevented from attending, we request a written cancellation.
For cancellations received after your transfer of the fee and up to 10 days before the beginning of the course, 10% of the course fee will be deducted as a processing fee.
For cancellations received at short notice from 10 days before and up to the start of the workshop, a cancellation fee of 50% of the course fee will be deducted.
In case of cancellation after the beginning of the event, abortion of a course or unexcused non-participation, the entire course fee must be withheld.

Privacy: With this application I agree that the following personal data are sent to Textile Kultur Haslach from the input dialogue (acad. grade, title, first name, surname, E-mail address, street, house number, door number, ZIP code, city, country) and may be used for distribution of newsletters, workshop programmes and other information from Textiles Zentrum Haslach and Textile Kultur Haslach by post or E-mail. My data will only be kept in electronical form and will never be distributed to third parties. I may withdraw from this agreement at any given time and without giving reasons by sending an E-mail to info@textile-kultur-haslach.at