Revision Project is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide inclusive access to art, culture, social practice, and environmental education through the framework of a creative workspace. Revision extends opportunities for marginalized individuals to start their creative careers through an arts scholarship where they are given the tools and support to build a successful microenterprise. This method creates equity, self-advocacy, and representation in the arts community.
Additionally, their practice is largely committed to environmental education with 80% of their working studio containing recycled materials. Their motto is Reduce, Reuse, Revision!
Scrap Weaving & Sustainable Art Practice
What this is
Studio Tours give a look inside the studios of public artists and designers around San Diego and Tijuana.
When & Where
- Sep 21: 9:30am-1:30pm
- Sep 22: 9:30am-1:30pm
- Sep 23: 9:30am-1:30pm
3609 Fourth Ave San Diego CA 92103
- Free Register
Take part in a self-guided tour at Revision Creative Workspace where you’ll interact with resident artists as they work on their craft, view a sample of projects made from various recycled materials, and participate in a collaborative art making experience. Attendees will be given a brief tutorial on primitive hand weaving on a standing, oversized loom.
Following the tutorial, you’ll have the opportunity to contribute toward our communal tapestry, using a selection of scrap fabric remnants, such as shredded textiles, yarn, and rope. The completed weaving will be displayed in our gallery at the end of San Diego Design Week. No experience is necessary, beginners encouraged to attend!