2 Days of Shibori & Indigo Dyeing
NC Museum of Art
April 25 & 26, 10am. – 4 pm.
See the museum’s page for more information and please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
Sekka means “Snowflake” in Shibori
That being said, each participant should also dress appropriately for the occasion: clothing suitable for the dye studio, apron and dish washing type gloves.
Tools: small embroidery type scissors, embroidery needles, strong thread
Other supplies: The materials supplied in the course may not be adequate for one’s personal explorations, so bringing fabric from one’s personal “stash” is also encouraged.
For inspiration: examples of Sekka & Itajime can be viewed here.
May: Pullen Arts Center, Raleigh, NC
July: Artspace (grades 7 – 10), Raleigh, NC
August: Florence Thomas Art Center, West Jefferson, NC