Japanese Textile Resist: Silk Painting and Katazome
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Japanese Textile Resist: Silk Painting and Katazome - July 23rd from 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM - Price: $104
Workshop Instructor: Pat Sturtzel

Learn about two traditional Japanese textile resist processes using modern adaptations. Silk painting is a drawn resist technique. We will be using a water based resist to draw a design, followed by filling in the spaces with Jacquard Dye-Na-Flow. Katazome is a process of decorating fabric using stencils and paste, followed by painting the remaining fabric with dye or paint. We will use stencils created from sheet foam and flour paste.

• Location: Broadway Center Room 30 (Craft Room) - 204 North Broadway

• Date/Time: July 23rd from 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM

• Break: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM (1.5 hours)

• Total Hours: 6 hours

• Price: $104.00 (Includes all materials, supplies and written instructions.) (Please bring protective gloves.)

• Age: 18 & Up

• Difficulty: Beginner

• Class Size: 14 Max

• Take Home: Two art pieces: drawn resist on silk and stenciled flour paste on cotton as well as written instructions to continue explorations at home.

• Notes: Please wear clothing that may get splashed with dye or bring an apron and bring protective gloves.

• NOTE TO EDUCATORS: Educators attending this session will receive access to on-line cross-curricular resources, suggested classroom activities based on skills and concepts covered in session, and a certificate of participation for Professional Learning documentation.