Discover Shibori– 1 Day Workshop
A-505 – On 7/9
1 Sunday, 1:30 – 4:30 pm, Room 101
Instructor: Kathy Krisher
Shibori is the traditional Japanese art of tying, folding, or pleating fabric, then dying it to produce a unique color and texture on the fabric. Shibori offers a surprising array of binding methods for a “resist”. We will explore some of these techniques, including wrapping, stitching, clamping, binding, folding, twisting and turning the fabric around a resist. Throughout the day, students will have the opportunity to produce a series of experimental samples exploring a variety of ways to manipulate the fabric, dye it, and heat-set it. Students will then have the opportunity to create a silk scarf using the technique of their choice.
* $30 worth of materials included in class cost
Cost: $70 (Cost for Members: $56)
CLASS & WORKSHOP POLICIES
ENROLLMENT Each class must meet a minimum enrollment requirement. If the minimum enrollment requirement is not met, class will be canceled. Registrants will be notified of cancellation 48 hours before the scheduled starting date and receive a full refund.
FEES are due at the time of registration. To enroll, log onto www.CantonArt.org or call 330.453.7666.
MATERIALS are included in class fees unless specified otherwise.
REGISTRATION ends one week before class begins.
WITHDRAWAL/REFUND POLICY To withdraw from a class and receive a full refund, you must contact the Museum by the registration deadline.