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Weaving

Ann Lynn Whiteside

Ann Lynn has been passing on knowledge her hard-won to others for over 25 years. She loves the history ofweaving and the influence it’s had in shaping human culture. She’s passionate about the characteristics ofwoven material and loves to explore it’s structure, color and texture. She feels a strong connection to weaversof the past and started a very popular annual exhibition portraying traditional weaving and weavers featured ata local Renaissance Festival. Her exhibit draws hundreds of visitors each year. Ann Lynn has taught at GeorgiaFiber Festival, Kentucky Fiber Fest, Southeastern Animal and Fiber Festival, John C Campbell Folk School,and Camp Mikell Folk School. She conducts regular classes at her studio in Newnan, Georgia.