2020 term dates
|Term one||17 February - 10 April|
|Term two||4 May - 26 June|
|Term three||13 July - 4 September|
|Term four||14 September - 6 November|
Please note: There will be no classes on public holidays.
What if I want to attend the same course next term?
If you want to repeat this course, you will need to apply and pay for each term separately via our Eventbrite platform (by clicking the APPLY tab in the top right corner of this page).
- Exploration and experimentation in the use of textiles
- Textile-based design project.
The Textiles Studio and Dye Lab is well-equipped and provides a safe and sociable working environment, but you will have to provide some things yourself.
Requirements for the first night:
- an apron or old shirt
- a box of disposable gloves
- a notebook and pencil
- a box of re-sealable plastic sandwich bags
- a dust mask
- cartridge paper.
You must wear closed/covered toe shoes in the Textiles Studio.
Please expect to pay for some further textile printing inks and dyes beyond those used in technical demonstrations. Costs depend on the quantity of ink/dye needed for individual projects. Please pay by cash or cheque directly to the tutor. Class cost includes basic workshop materials such as rags, newsprint, photo emulsion and screen cleaner, some textile inks and dyes and the use of class equipment such as basic sewing tools, screens and squeegees, sewing machines and screen print tables.
All art night classes are held at the Dunedin School of Art. Please click here for a map.
This class will be run by Karyn Walton.
Karyn resides in Dunedin and graduated at Otago Polytechnic with a Certificate of Couture, Bachelor of Fine Arts, and Masters of Fine Arts. She has worked extensively with several designers on fashion-based projects and has exhibited both locally and overseas. Her classes are packed with information and will encourage the students to extend themselves and explore other avenues to enrich their own work. Karyn enjoys working with collage techniques combining digital imagery with her painted and dyed fabrics to produce mixed media pieces that have a multi layered surface. As a teacher she encourages her students to work with design techniques that encourage creative expression, originality and to grow within themselves together with an unlimited supply of knowledge and skills in a friendly sharing environment.
For enquiries, please email Artnightclass@op.ac.nz
While every effort is made to ensure that this sheet is accurate, Otago Polytechnic reserves the right to amend, alter or withdraw any of the contained information. The fees shown in this document are indicative ONLY. Both domestic and international fees are subject to change and are dependent on the development and implementation of Government policies. Please note that additional fees may from time to time be required for external examination, NZQA fees and/or additional material fees.