Tuft the World Ed Studio is a place for makers! We offer tufting classes and adult and youth fiber-based workshops. Our studio space includes a 50’ long screenprinting table, large work tables, and a large washout sink for ink and dye-based projects. Located in the Bok Building, TTW Ed Studio is surrounded by a community of other makers and creative events. Stop by and visit us, along with any of our neighbors!



TTW Ed Studio staff includes experienced educators and crafters. Providing access to quality fiber and textile-based workshops, to makers of all ages, is at the core of our educational mission. We believe that creative thinking is the seed of growth, and that everyone is innately creative.


Joy O. Ude is a mixed-media artist and designer. Joy earned her BFA in Fashion Design in 2005 from the University of North Texas. After working in the fashion industry, she also earned an MFA in Fiber Arts from the University of North Texas in 2013. Joy's art education experience includes teaching studio-based courses for undergrads at UNT (Texas) and Tyler School of Art, leading workshops at art centers, running the MakerSpace at the Independence Seaport Museum as Education Coordinator, sewing with creative teens in the Artrepreneurs program for Mural Arts, and teaching art to grades 1-5 at Lake Worth ISD (Texas). She also teaches fiber-based workshops nationally, most recently at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. Joy is currently the Director of Education at Tuft The World and a member of FJORD Gallery in Philadelphia.
Vivien Wise received an MFA in Fibers and Material Studies from the Tyler School of Art in 2020, and a BFA in Fibers from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2014. Originally from Chicago, she is an avid quilter, bicyclist, and lover of breakfast. Vivien has taught workshops at the Abington Art Center, Vox Populi Gallery, Fabric Workshop and Museum, Chicago Public Library, and Tyler School of Art, among others. You can find her IRL at the Tuft the World Studio or online at www.vivienwise.com