Two-Part Artist Workshop:
Hands-on Katazome with Seiko Purdue

Friday, December 15 | 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
and Saturday, December 16 | 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
at the Boise Art Museum

Ages: Adult

$190 BAM members (Join today and save!)
$250 Non-members

Explore Katazome, a Japanese paste-resist dyeing technique using authentic methods and materials.  Learn stencil making, paste making, paste application, and indigo dyeing with textile artist, educator, and curator Seiko Purdue, to create your own dyed textile.

Seiko Purdue is Professor in the Fibers/Fabrics area in the Department of Art at Western Washington University.  After receiving her Bachelor of Fine Arts at Kyoto Seika University in 1992, she came to the United States, where she received a Master of Arts at Montclair State University and a Master of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.  She has exhibited textile installations widely and has taught workshops on Japanese textiles for many years.  She co-curated Katazome Today:  Migrations of a Japanese Art, currently on display at the Boise Art Museum.

This is a two-part workshop.  Registration includes sessions on both Friday and Saturday as well as all materials for use during the workshop.
The workshop is designed for adults. Registration is limited to 12 participants.
Fees for this workshop are non-refundable.

This workshop is FULL.

Questions: Call Kelly Cook at 208-345-8330 x118

Images courtesy of Fumiyo Imafuku.
Photos: Ryoichi Hiromoto