Art-to-Wear is an interdisciplinary program between the Art and Family and Consumer Science Departments. Students must write a proposal to compete for the 16 program slots—8 sewing and 8 art students are selected. Students work in pairs (one art student paired with one sewing student) to learn 6 to 8 methods of shibouri tie-dying. The students dye their fabric using one or more of the learned methods, then sew a garment from the tie-dyed fabric. Students also have the opportunity to attend a field trip/workshop at the Society of Contemporary Crafts in Pittsburgh, and model their garments at a luncheon and the annual Sr. High/Jr. High Art Show. This program is funded by the McFeely-Rogers Foundation.