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Shibori Combo-3: Tatsumaki, a Tesuji plus Stitch and Bind Resist 2-Day Workshop for Alumni. Day 2 of 2.
August 19 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
A Virtual Workshop via Zoom
Hiroshi Murase, instructor in Arimatsu, Japan & Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada, instructor- moderator | 2 Saturdays, August 12 & 19, 2023 | Each day: 3:00pm – 6:00 pm PST
Join Murase-san and Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada to explore how the striking blue Shibori designs on white ground can be achieved! The instructions encourage students to invent their own approaches to reverse conventional white-on-blue Shibori designs.
Tesuji involves hand-pleating, and the Arimatsu artisans have been ingenious in innovating a variety of ways to create dynamic designs on cotton yukata and kimono using Tesuji and its variations. Other shibori binding and stitching techniques such as Nui and Makiage incorporated with Tesuji lead to a myriad of design possibilities.
You will learn how to combine Makiage Shibori (stitch and bound-resist), Nui Shibori (stitch-resist), Tesuji-Tatsumaki Shibori (pleat and bound-resist), and a variation of ground resist such as Okochi and Oboshi.
This combination shibori workshop is only open to shibori alumni who have previously studied with Murase-san and are interested in developing their own creative designs and skills. If you’ve studied and practiced shibori using SFTV’s recordings of Murase-san’s workshops, that counts.
Workshop Registration Info
Workshop fee: $375 (WSNF members $360) covers both August 12 & 19. Register only once! WSNF members: Look for the member’s DISCOUNT CODE on your member’s dashboard. The ZOOM LINK for this workshop will arrive in your EventBrite Registration Confirmation email.
After the workshop, go to SFTV to rent a streamed recording of this workshop for 90 days, free of charge, to review the workshop for additional practice! The code for free rental will be emailed to you upon completion of the workshop.
Hiroshi Murase was born 4th generation into a textile family of shibori stencil pattern-making artisans in the traditional shibori production center of Arimatsu / Narumi. He has been deeply rooted in the art of shibori his whole life and well-versed in a wide range of shibori techniques. An internationally respected artisan and an enterprising designer, he has more than 40 years experience in the textile field. Currently, Murase is the chairman of the acclaimed Suzusan corporation. Having assumed the reins of the family business in 1971, Hiroshi Murase is widely credited for the “Suzusan innovation” due to his passion and experience.
Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada has co-authored, Shibori: The Inventive Art of Japanese Shaped Resist Dyeing, and is also author of Memory on Cloth: Shibori Now. She is an internationally recognized textile artist, scholar, and curator. She is the founder of World Shibori Network (est. 1992) and Slow Fiber Studio (est. 2008). More