The Little Loomhouse is a fiber art and historic site 501(c)3 non-profit. Their mission is to continue the legacy of their founder by educating students of all ages about the history of weaving and textile arts through diverse programs, residencies, and community partnerships. They have expanded their founder’s off-site programs to include multiple traditions in textile arts, informed by their growing pool of diverse artists and collaborators. Their weaving programs help with the development of many 21st Century skills including problem solving, perseverance, global awareness, creativity, and thinking skills. They serve over 6,000 people a year in hands-on programs across Kentucky and Southern Indiana in both on-site and off-site programs in schools, libraries, parks, community centers, and community spaces. Their programs are designed for ages 5 years through adulthood and include both artist residencies and workshops. On-site programs include tours, rotating exhibitions, camps/classes, field trips, lectures, and community events. They are a supportive place for textile research, leadership and artistic development, hosting both Interns and Artists in Residence.
The Little Loomhouse
- Folk & Traditional Arts
The Little Loomhouse educates students of all ages about the history of weaving and textile arts through diverse programs, residencies, and community partnerships.