Sunday, August 15, 2021

1:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Location: Outdoor Venue. 1551 Lockyer Rd, Roberts Creek BC.

Cost: $84 ($80 + GST)   Tickets are not refundable, however they are transferable.

 

Ready for a creative and social afternoon? Join us on a Roberts Creek property to create a one-of-a-kind fabric shawl using Indigo dye.

 

Join Natalie Grambow & Beth Hawthorn for an afternoon of Indigo dyeing and traditional Japanese Shibori (shaped resist, or tie-dye) combined with some socializing. This workshop will be held outdoors at the studio of Beth Hawthorn Ceramics in Roberts Creek. 1551 Lockyer Rd. Come with a group of friends or come alone and meet new people.

It’s time for a casual, socially engaging, fun and creative experience. There will be locally sourced light food and drinks, as well as a cash bar of locally made cider.

Natalie Grambow will be leading this outdoor project based workshop at the unique creative Roberts Creek studio of Beth Hawthorn (ceramicist) for an incredibly fun creative mini workshop and social gathering.

This fun taster afternoon workshop and social gathering will introduce you to the world of Indigo – a plant dye that offers the deepest of blues that has fascinated many all over the world for thousands of years, combined with the possibilities of creating patterning by with some easy to learn “shibori”, or Japanese tie dye techniques to make a beautiful project shawl, which you will be able to create and take home with you at the end of the session (afternoon) .

All participants will be provided with a cotton shawl to dye in the indigo vat. Natalie will demonstrate the techniques to create the patterning, and how to dye the shawls, and there will be time to make, play and socialize!!

BIOS

Natalie has an extensive background in design, photography, visual and textile arts as well as being an art educator and a maker. She works with natural and gathered materials, employing plant dyes and pigments, foraged botanicals, tannins and tea, metal, rust, printmaking techniques and stitching, on paper and cloth. She also develops courses and has been an art educator since 2004, teaching textile art and design at various art schools, such as the Maiwa School of Textiles, and the Vancouver Island School of Art.

Beth is a ceramists and has also explored various mediums – textiles, graphic design, photography, product design. She has been a creative much of her life and is now focussing on ceramics in her studio, an old horse barn, which is located on a 5 acre property in Roberts Creek. She has recently complete building an outdoor teaching and event space and looks forward to offering experiential creative gatherings of many mediums. bethhawthorn.com

Maximum 30 people. Grab your ticket today.

 

What we will supply:

  • One quality fabric shawl to be dyed.  Aprox. 43″ x 90″
  • Refreshments and light food.
  • There will be a cash bar on site.

Please come prepared:

Come ready to have fun and be creative .

Notes:

  • This workshop will comply with the government’s COVID-19 guidelines.
  • Please bring your own mug for tea, water.
  • This workshop is for 16 +.
  • Please bring an apron or old clothing to wear in order to protect your clothes from the dye.
  • This course is suitable for beginners, no experience needed.
  •  Tickets are transferable, however not refundable.

For any queries, please contact beth@bethhawthorn.com

Sunday, August 15, 2021

1:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Location: Outdoor Venue.
1551 Lockyer Rd, Roberts Creek BC.

Cost: $84 ($80 + GST)   Tickets are not refundable, however they are transferable.

 

Ready for a creative and social afternoon? Join us on a Roberts Creek property to create a one-of-a-kind fabric shawl using Indigo dye.

Join Natalie Grambow & Beth Hawthorn for an afternoon of Indigo dyeing and traditional Japanese Shibori (shaped resist, or tie-dye) combined with some socializing. This workshop will be held outdoors at the studio of Beth Hawthorn Ceramics in Roberts Creek. 1551 Lockyer Rd. Come with a group of friends or come alone and meet new people.

It’s time for a casual, socially engaging, fun and creative experience. There will be locally sourced light food and drinks, as well as a cash bar of locally made cider.

Natalie Grambow will be leading this outdoor project based workshop at the unique creative Roberts Creek studio of Beth Hawthorn (ceramicist) for an incredibly fun creative mini workshop and social gathering.

This fun taster afternoon workshop and social gathering will introduce you to the world of Indigo – a plant dye that offers the deepest of blues that has fascinated many all over the world for thousands of years, combined with the possibilities of creating patterning by with some easy to learn “shibori”, or Japanese tie dye techniques to make a beautiful project shawl, which you will be able to create and take home with you at the end of the session (afternoon) .

All participants will be provided with a cotton shawl to dye in the indigo vat. Natalie will demonstrate the techniques to create the patterning, and how to dye the shawls, and there will be time to make, play and socialize!!

BIOS

Natalie has an extensive background in design, photography, visual and textile arts as well as being an art educator and a maker. She works with natural and gathered materials, employing plant dyes and pigments, foraged botanicals, tannins and tea, metal, rust, printmaking techniques and stitching, on paper and cloth. She also develops courses and has been an art educator since 2004, teaching textile art and design at various art schools, such as the Maiwa School of Textiles, and the Vancouver Island School of Art.

Beth is a ceramists and has also explored various mediums – textiles, graphic design, photography, product design. She has been a creative much of her life and is now focussing on ceramics in her studio, an old horse barn, which is located on a 5 acre property in Roberts Creek. She has recently complete building an outdoor teaching and event space and looks forward to offering experiential creative gatherings of many mediums. bethhawthorn.com

Maximum 30 people. Grab your ticket today.

Cost: $80 + GST.  (Tickets are not refundable, however they are transferable.)

What we will supply:

  • One quality fabric shawl to be dyed.  Aprox. 43″ x 90″
  • Refreshments and light food.
  • There will be a cash bar on site.

Please come prepared:

Come ready to have fun and be creative .

Notes:

  • This workshop will comply with the government’s COVID-19 guidelines.
  • Please bring your own mug for tea, water.
  • This workshop is for 16 +.
  • Please bring an apron or old clothing to wear in order to protect your clothes from the dye.
  • This course is suitable for beginners, no experience needed.
  •  Tickets are transferable, however not refundable.

For any queries, please contact beth@bethhawthorn.com