APPAREL EDUCATION CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

INTERFORM LEARN

INTERFORM is a 501c3 Non-profit organization at the forefront of creative growth and change in our community. We envision a self-sustaining design-led fashion and art industry in Northwest Arkansas by building robust programs that directly support our vision. We foster greater levels of creativity and provide the right education and resources needed to support our designers and artists. We uplift and center the creative works of those who are underrepresented by using our platform to encourage others to do the same. We are here to propel creatives forward and aid in their professional journey.

INTERFORM LEARN

APPAREL EDUCATION CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

Through INTERFORM Learn Apparel Educational programs,, students delve into the essential toolkit of sewing – from mastering basic terminology to wielding intricate techniques. Progressing from foundational concepts to advanced coursework, students embark on a journey of skill refinement, culminating in the creation of impeccably crafted garments. Our flexible scheduling options, including both weekday and weekend courses, as well as evening sessions, ensure accessibility for students of all timetables. In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the importance of sewing skills has been underscored, as communities around the globe sought to address urgent needs, from crafting masks to fostering self-sufficiency. From this crisis emerged a vital lesson: the preservation of sewing traditions is not merely a pursuit of passion or profession, but a vital life skill that enriches and sustains our communities.

cultural topics

INTERFORM PODCAST

The INTERFORM Podcast features Communications Manager, professional model, and local celebrity Rochelle Bailey. Ranging from topics like gaslighting in the medical industry, to the infamous slap at the oscars, Ro takes on the topics of the day alongside industry experts, social commentary, and creative producers to dig into today's news and topics.

social engagement

IN CONVERSATION

Our presentation series, open to the public, rotates in new speakers each month to address important social topics related to fashion and current events. Some of our recent and noteworthy speakers include Denise Incandela on the topic of Covid-19 and its impact on the fashion industry, and Dr. Cara Osborne on masking and mitigation strategy.