Professor Tom Lundberg coordinates graduate and undergraduate programs in fibers at Colorado State University, and teaches courses in weaving, surface design, and mixed-media textiles. Lundberg has lectured and taught workshops in the US, England, Ireland, and New Zealand, and teaches in CSU’s Italy study-abroad program.
Lundberg began his university studies at Iowa State University. Following a pottery apprenticeship, he completed his BFA in painting at the University of Iowa and took elective courses in textiles. Lundberg received his MFA from Indiana University. His embroidered works are included in the collections of the Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock; Indianapolis Museum of Art; Museum of Arts and Design, New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; University of Louisville; and Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC.
2012 “The Lines in My Hands.” Hand Stitch Perspectives, Alice Kettle and Jane
McKeating, editors. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, pp. 18–27.
Fibers and fabric as expressive media; weaving and basic fiber structures;
fabric painting and surface techniques.
Intermediate fiber structures and fabric and surface design; dyes and pigments; continued investigation of fibers and fabric as expressive media.
Investigation of fibers and fabric as expressive media;
research in historic textiles.
Creative studio practice, research, and critical thinking in the medium of fiber.
Creative studio practice and critical thinking in the medium of fiber, with capstone exhibition and professional portfolio documentation.