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Berkeley Art Museum: Indigo Vat at The Possible with Yoshiko Wada and Make Hang’s Aline Dargie

Photo courtesy of Aline Dargie of Make Hang.

Photo courtesy of Aline Dargie of Make Hang.

Come out and enjoy the sunshine tomorrow while changing your clothes from boring to blue at the Berkeley Art Museum!

Yoshiko I. Wada founder of Slow Fiber Studios and Aline Dargie of Make Hang will be demonstrating an organic indigo vat 1-2-3 at the The Possible, the ongoing participatory exhibition curated by David Wilson . Come bring stained, white or other clothing made of natural fibers (silk,rayon,or thin cotton) and lightweight that needs a makeover.

For more information on other workshops at the Possible, visit the BAM website: http://www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/about/possibleworkshops

Can’t make it? Come see Yoshiko I. Wada do an Indigo Vat Demo and Film Screening at the UC Botanical Gardens next Tuesday, March 18th: http://events.berkeley.edu/index.php/calendar

Berkeley Art Museum

Saturday, March 15th, 2014

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One comment on “Berkeley Art Museum: Indigo Vat at The Possible with Yoshiko Wada and Make Hang’s Aline Dargie

  1. Modibo Samake
    March 15, 2014

    Très bon travail. En tant qu
    e teinturier

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