Celebrating the visual languages of PEOPLE, COMMUNITY, CULTURE, and ENVIRONMENT through the global practice of resist-dye traditions and innovations, keeping in mind authenticity, reciprocity, and networking.
It was a major success and an amazing conjunction of kimonos and kimono lovers. We learned a lot and shared even more. Thank you to Ms. Onodera, and her daughter Maki, and to The Workshop Residence for hosting the kimono making class which brought us all together. Plus much gratitude to other guests including Sonoko Tsuchiya, Keiko Nelson, and our host Yoshiko Wada. A big thanks also to all the attendants. We hope to have something like this again soon. If you couldn’t make it, or wish to see more, we have posted a set on our Flickr Photostream [click to see more photos!].
For more information on past SFS lectures: slowfiberstudios.com
Thank you again from all of us at SFS and WSN!
We hope to see you soon.