Participants will learn to create seamless repeat patterns using several surface design techniques. they will transfer their own designs onto lino blocks to carve and print on cotton scarves. This workshop will encourage conversations on personal narratives and inspire participants to tell a story on their scarves. Participants are invited to bring personal textiles to talk about or include in their work, and will have the opportunity to see and touch historic textiles from our Education Collection.
Please register here to save your spot as space is limited. No previous experience is required, and all materials will be provided.
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While this workshop is open to everybody, priority will be given to youth aged 16-25. This workshop is free to all registered participants, and TTC tokens will be offered to those who need them. As this workshop is 6 hours long, we will provide tea, coffee, and light snacks. Participants can bring a bagged lunch with access to our microwave, or we can recommend options for food nearby.
IMAGE: KALAMKARI (HANGING); GUJARAT, INDIA; 19TH CENTURY; GIFT OF DR. HOWARD GORMAN