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Weaving Water: Monthly Fiber & Indigo Workshop
Saturday, October 16 at 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Learn fiber art techniques and join in conversation about how the mystical chemistry of indigo influenced world history and still bears an imprint on our lives today. (Registration required.)
Weaving Water is a project that seeks to engage the public in community building through craft and connection with water. Artist and botanist Sarah Nassif will connect community members with the Mississippi River watershed through a series of hands-on fiber art workshops that will pose the question, “Where am I within the system?” Nassif facilitates creatives experiences that allow people to connect and consider complex systems while working with their hands.
Date and Time
Saturday, October 16, 2021, 10 a.m. – Noon
Dip fiber in the water of the Mississippi and pattern it with indigo to create weft for weaving. Learn a variety of shibori techniques and play with different fibers.
Future Workshops: Dates TBD…
The October 16 workshop will be in person at the MWMO Stormwater Park and Learning Center (2522 Marshall Street NE).
Future workshops will be online or in person depending on weather and COVID-19 conditions.
Dress in warm clothes that may be stained. We will be taking COVID-19 precautions and asking participants to mask when social distancing is not possible. Please bring a mask and apron if desired.Register Here