WORKSHOPS

If you're a business or individual who would like to host me to help teach classes in katazome, or you would like to come visit and learn the process in my studio, you are in the right place. Please take a look at the overview below and email me if you'd like to schedule a day!

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Full day workshop

If you want an in-depth look into the process and do everything including making your own rice paste resist, you'd want to take this class.

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Intro to katazome

This short class covers the basics of katazome in about 2 hours. Students will start a project and will receive instructions on finishing it at home.

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Private workshops

If you would like private instruction or a smaller group class for 2-5 people, this is the place.

FULL DAY WORKSHOP

Basic Schedule:

  • Presentation: the history of katazome

  • Demonstration and workshop

    • Cutting the kata-gami

    • Making the resist

    • Squeegeeing

    • Drying the resist

    • Dyeing the fabric

    • Fixing the dye

    • Rinsing out the resist

    • Drying and ironing​​

 

$250 per person (5-10 people) including materials.

Workshop lasts between 8-10 hours. Food not provided. Travel over 15 miles from Bremerton, WA will require a travel/gas charge.

Full class schedule break down here.

 

INTRO TO KATAZOME

Basic Schedule:

  • Quick overview of the katazome method

  • Demonstration and workshop

    • Cutting the kata-gami (a simple pre-prepared design)

    • Squeegeeing

    • Drying the resist

    • Dyeing the fabric

    • Fixing the dyerinsing out the resist, and drying and ironing will be covered and done at home by the student​​

 

$70 per person (5-10 people) including materials.

Workshop lasts between 2-2.5 hours. Food not provided.

 

PRIVATE WORKSHOPS

Full-day workshops (as outlined above in the Full Day Workshops section) can be modified to accommodate an individual or up to 4 people at $400 per person including materials.

Workshop lasts between 8-10 hours or until project completion. Food and tea can be provided with prior notice of dietary needs (allergy requirements cannot be accommodated, I'm sorry)