University and Institutional DVD & Blu-Ray

 

By the end of this absorbing portrait of the artist – marked by gorgeous camerawork and thoughtful editing – viewers begin to truly see Heyden’s interconnected world of beauty, sound, and movement. Highly recommended!
– Video Librarian

The Institutional version of A Weaverly Path is available on DVD ($199 + $5.00 s&h) and Blu-Ray ($250 + $5 s&h). Both Institutional versions include public performance rights when admission is not charged*. You can purchase with a credit card via Pay Pal. *International orders are only available for purchase via Pay Pal using a credit card and will include $12 s&h.

**The film is also available on Kanopy, an on-demand streaming service for educational institutions. Students and faculty can preview and view the film here.

University/Institutional DVD

$199 + $5 s&h. Order online via Pay Pal.

University/Institutional Blu-Ray

$249 + $5 s&h. Order online via Pay Pal.

A Weaverly Path
62 minutes   |     | hd   |color   |     16×9   |    ntsc   |   English w/English subtitles
©2011 The Groove Productions

A wonderful film for anyone interested in understanding the value of a creative life well lived. The film reflects the rhythm of weaving — a slowing down that leads to a deep seeded peace and joy. And it draws us in, to experience a perspective sorely needed in this era of seemingly endless distractions. I especially recommend A Weaverly Path to college and high school level Art Schools, as well as to Fiber Art Guilds and appreciators of fine craft.
– Claire Campbell Park, author of Creating with Reverence; Art, Diversity, Culture and Soul, internationally exhibiting Fiber Artist and lecturer, studio art instructor at Pima Community College,Tucson.

In A Weaverly Path, we have the pleasure of learning about more than fifty years of seeking one’s own forms and patterns, slowly and painstakingly, using all the senses – seeing, of course, but also touching and even hearing. Along the way we experience the splendid results of Heyden’s central tenets— to respond intrinsically to nature and music and to make “tapestry with its own right to be.”
– Ann Lane Hedlund, PhD, Director, The Gloria F. Ross Tapestry Program, Curator of Ethnology, Arizona State Museum, Professor of Anthropology, University of Arizona

If you prefer to make a purchase  with a check, please make check ($199+$5.00 s&h for DVD or $250+$5 s&h for Blu-ray) out to “The Groove Productions” and write “Weaverly” on memo line.
Mail check to:
A Weaverly Path
c/o The Groove Productions
401 B-1 Foster Street
Durham, North Carolina 27701

*Purchase of the University/Institutional DVD/Blu-ray is a limited license which prohibits any broadcasts, duplication, public screenings, conference screenings, admission charges, rental fees, and circulation to non-registered students and/or non-organizational personnel. Purchase of our the University/Institutional DVD/Blu-ray constitutes an agreement to these terms. Please contact us with questions.

 

A portion of all DVD and Blu–ray sales will be donated to the Eno River Association,  whose mission is to conserve and protect the natural, cultural and historic resources of the Eno River Basin.