The Anthropology of Fashion

Speaker: Bradley Baumkirchner
Cost: $130 for 4 installments (Students must enroll in all 4)*
Ages: 12+
3:30-5:00pm PST 

Thursdays:
February 25
March 4
March 11
March 18

THIS WORKSHOP SERIES WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE ONLY
 Zoom links will be sent upon registration.
*Participants must attend the entire series. Financial aid is available!

Human beings have been making clothing from various materials for thousands of years -- with an eye toward beauty, as well as functionality. What makes a good design? How has fashion impacted society, and how has society driven fashion over time? In this series, we will dive into the artistry and principles of fashion design. We will cover the basics of garment construction, the vocabulary of clothing design, the history and variety of textiles, and trend forecasting. *Note: a sewing machine is NOT required for this class, and no previous design or sewing experience is needed.

About the Speaker

Bradley Baumkirchner holds a degree in Fashion Design and Production from Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California and also studied Fine Art at the Art Center in Pasadena. He has studied Philosophical Counseling and Philosophy with a focus on all Wisdom traditions at the Noetic Society in Southern California for over 20 years directly with Pierre Grimes PhD. A daily practitioner of meditation completing multiple retreats and seminars, Bradley’s background supports a well rounded, highly creative, and holistic way of approaching learning.