Indigo Shibori Workshop at CCA
Time & Location
About The Event
About the Workshop:
We'll be making tote bags and bandana scarves using a traditional indigo dye bath. You will learn shibori techniques in order to create patterns on your naturally dyed indigo pieces. I'll walk you through the process of how indigo works, its history, as well as various applications as a dye, and you will leave with one of a kind items made by you! You will get to make both a bandana scarf and a tote bag to take home with you. We'll start by talking about your options in terms of methodologies and techniques and then I will assist as you create your own items.
Carolyn Hopkins graduated with an MFA in Sculpture from the Cranbrook Academy of Art and a BFA in Interdisciplinary Arts from the Kansas City Art Institute. Carolyn has been running dye workshops out of her home studio for the last three years. Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Carolyn lives and works in Lyle, Washington on 20 acre ranch and studio.
Things to Know:
· Instructor will provide all supplies through the material fee
· Maximum 6 students per session. Each student will have their own worktable placed at the appropriate social distance
· No experience necessary
· Masks required
· Tickets are $60 + $15 material fee
· To register: https://www.columbiaarts.org/events/indigo-shibori-workshop/