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  • Textiles Studio
    Textiles Studio

    Self-directed studio work will help you develop your signature tactile and visual language.

  • Textiles Studio
    Textiles Studio

    Self-directed studio work will help you develop your signature tactile and visual language.

  • Textiles Studio
    Textiles Studio

    Self-directed studio work will help you develop your signature tactile and visual language.

  • Textiles Studio
    Textiles Studio

    Self-directed studio work will help you develop your signature tactile and visual language.

  • Textiles Studio
    Textiles Studio

    Self-directed studio work will help you develop your signature tactile and visual language.

  • Textiles Studio
    Textiles Studio

    Self-directed studio work will help you develop your signature tactile and visual language.

Program At-A-Glance

Length of Study: 
Two-year
Accreditation: 
Diploma
Campus: 
Victoria Street, Nelson

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A successful career in the fashion industry carved out by Selkirk College alumna Alahah Jones can be traced back to her time spent at Kootenay Studio Arts in Nelson where she built the proper foundation for an exciting future.

A successful career in the fashion industry carved out by Selkirk College alumna Alanah Jones can be traced back to her time spent at Kootenay Studio Arts in Nelson where she built the proper foundation for an exciting future.

Rebekah Krahn, 22, just graduated from the Textile Studio took the program to pursue a passion she’s had since childhood

Creating with fibre is an old-world skill that’s coming back with a vengeance as more and more people wonder “who makes my clothes.” The Textiles Program offered at Kootenay Studio Arts at Selkirk College connects students to the creative and diverse form while providing both passionate outlet and career opportunity. Three alumnae share their journey through the fibre arts.

What Students Say

Teyana Neufeld
The Textiles Program at Selkirk College gives students a chance to thoroughly experiment with many different processes and techniques... I loved the atmosphere of dozens of busy artists working together in a small building.
Teyana Neufeld, Textiles Alumna 2012