Soy flour paste knowledge has been passed down since Tang and Song Dynasties in China and has been commonly practiced in many other regions in Asia. Unlike a rice paste, soy flour paste requires shorter steps to make and easier to apply on fabrics to make patterns. During the class, students will learn a story about one of indigo plant species “Polygonum tinctorium”, how to dye fabric with dried indigo leaves, and how to make the soy flour paste for pattern making on fabrics.
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Supplying your own materials:
If you have access to fabric made of natural fibers, indigo pigment and for a fixative then you are all set for this workshop.
Need based materials:
There are 5 packages available for need based attendees to participate in this workshop with the Indigo dye and fixative. Please contact the program facilitator at email@example.com if you are interested in a need based materials package.
Purchasing your own materials:
A materials package for this workshop can be purchased from the instructor, Rosa Chang at indigoshademap.org
Kits are $40 for the dye and fixative, and $80 for the dye and fabric
If you have any questions regarding this workshop please contact the Exhibition Programming Coordinator, Megan Koeppel at firstname.lastname@example.org
This online workshop will be hosted through the Zoom platform. Students will need to have a webcam and the ability to download zoom on their computer, phone, or tablet. After you register for the class, you will be sent an e-mail with the Zoom URL to log into the class the day before the workshop begins. Please provide a correct and viable e-mail address when registering as this is how you receive your link.