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Community members and students in the Tufting Workshop
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The Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies partnered with Goodwill in the Newark Shopping Center to hold a "Re-Fashion Studio" for the community. The studio ran from November 5th through November 14th providing the opportunity to learn about tufting, feltlooming, hand weaving, and sewing. Live demonstrations and workshops were also provided for community members to visit and spend time with faculty and students.
Professor Kelly Cobb working with a student
Professor Kelly Cobb (left) of the Fashion and Apparel Studies Department worked directly with Goodwill to design the Re-Fashion Studio.
Karen Carney at the Tufting Workshop
Karen Carney, a community member in Newark, visited the space several times and enjoyed the workshops at the Re-Fashion Studio.
She had these words for Professor Kelly Cobb, "Thanks so much for
letting me participate in yesterday's tufting workshop. I love living in
a college town and it was a treat to experience those young brains first
hand. Hopefully there will be more town-gown workshops in the
future. Tim was a great instructor and the evening was great fun.
And thank you for doing all the work that the University/Goodwill collaboration
entailed. I know I enjoyed it immensely."