Adults are invited to participate in a one-day workshop on Sunday, June 24 from 1 – 5:00 PM.
Participants will be introduced to the process of shibori, a Japanese term for resist dyeing. The class will experiment different design techniques such as stitching, twisting, binding and clamping of the fabric to create intricate patterns. Fiber-reactive dyes will also be explored; students will learn the scientific process behind color binding in textiles to produce striking textiles of their own.
The class will take place on the Chinati grounds in the ArtLab. No previous experience is necessary, and all materials are included in the class cost of $15.
For more information contact the museum at 432 729 4362 or email@example.com.
Educational and public programming is supported with generous grants from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Elke and Wilhelm Hoppe Endowment, the Rosenthal Family Foundation, Texas Commission on the Arts, the Charles Engelhard Foundation, the Permian Basin Area Foundation, the George & Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation, Union Pacific Foundation, the Trull Foundation, and Cowles Charitable Trust. Chinati also acknowledges the generous financial and in-kind contributions of the people of Marfa.