This 5-class workshop is part of a resist-dyed series that explores a variety of traditional methods of both chemical and mechanical resist techniques to create pattern and design on fabric. Each workshop operates as a stand-alone class but you can also take the entire series and receive one classe free (a $45.00 value)
August 5th, 6:30-9:30pm - Session 1: Maki Shibori
August 19th, 6:30-9:30pm - Session 2: Nui Shibori - (this class meets on a Monday)
September 9th, 6:30-9:30pm - Session 3: Arashi Shibori
September 23rd, 6:30-9:30pm - Session 4: Itajime
October 14th, 6:30 -9:30pm - Session 5: Tsustsugaki
|Workshop Duration:||3 hours per week for 5 weeks|
|Skills Learned:||Making resist patterns, color scale, dye interaction with natural fibers|
|This class is taught by Christian Ortiz who has a BFA in fiber arts from Northern Illinois University, 2010 BSED in art education from Northern Illinois University, 2010 and is skilled in: shaped-resist dyeing (shibori), chemical/natural dye methods, papermaking, bookbinding, and other surface design processes.|
When & Where
Urban Threads Studio
Who we are!
The world around us is changing quickly but our need for communal gatherings in a nurturing and creative setting is not. Urban Threads Studio is a D-I-Y (do it yourself) collaborative studio that hopes to introduce you to the wonderful ancient craft of sewing and textile art with a 21st century twist. You may just want to rediscover a skill you learned as a child, experience the calm energy of a day of crafting or pick up an altogether new or more advanced skill like dyeing or felting. Our program hopes to accomplish all that and much more. Join us in the adventure and: register for a workshop, celebrate a next birthday with a textile art party, sign up the kids for summer camp, ask us about after school programs or enroll your youth organization in our 2013 community project.
If you need a personal consultation please call our Artistic Director, Michelle Santoro, at (708) 717-3740