Elizabeth L. Cline kicks off a weekend in Los Angeles with a stop at Vinovore in Silver Lake.
An afternoon of slow fashion featuring a talk with Elizabeth L. Cline, moderated by Kestrel Jenkins of Conscious Chatter.
On Saturday, November 9, 2019 more than 20 Ventura County farms, ranches, and agricultural organizations will open their doors and invite the public to experience a day of agricultural activities and tours during the 7th Annual Ventura County Farm Day.
Save the Date: The event functions to cross-pollinate urban and rural communities by bringing together designers, farmers, ecologists, scientists, and the general public to hear about topics that range from place-based breeding practices to designer & farmer clothing collaborations.
This posting is to promote vendor sign-ups for the Festival. Mary Hurley in the Inland Empire is looking for 15 vendors of fibery goodness: local fiber artists, growers, producers, groups and guilds.
Leaders from Austin, Colorado, and Phoenix will share their experiences incubating and attracting start-ups to help them meet their regional diversion goals.
This workshop will encourage individual expression and discussions about creativity and inspiration.
Explore the hidden color in our landscape by learning about native plants and their potential for dyeing. We will discuss how to forage local plants responsibly as well as how to broaden your color palette using modifiers.
Textile Arts Los Angeles’ annual textile summit features artists Janice Arnold, Alia Ali, and Sarah Haskell, as well as designers and entrepreneurs Eno Jonah and Vanny Diserbeau. Curator Emily Zaiden of Craft in America rounds out the conference speakers.
Christina Johnson, the Co-Founder and Creative Director of Upcycle It Now and Carmen Gama, Designer for Eileen Fisher RENEW will lead an interactive presentation and discussion on how designers can best design for end-of-life reuse, repair, and re-circulation.
The National Heirloom Expo is a rare gathering in Santa Rosa, California of gardeners, food activists, farmers, and seedy people from all over the country. With educational lectures, activities, and incredible keynote speakers, the Expo brings in 20,000+ people while raising awareness about heirloom seeds and the threat of GMOs.
The California Wool Growers Association is committed to delivering lasting value to support and grow all segments of the California sheep industry. The annual meeting and convention delivers on this commitment by providing an opportunity for members to participate in educational workshops, discuss issues impacting the industry, and be engaged in association policy making.
A mini-masterclass, insights from experts, moderated discussions, and more on the topics of Foundational Sustainability Concepts, Sustainable Fibers/Materials, Fair & Decent Labor, and Differentiated Sustainability-Driven Marketing Opportunities.
CIBA’s vision is to preserve, promote and perpetuate California Indian basketweaving traditions while providing a healthy physical, social, spiritual and economic environment for basketweavers.