BILINGUAL COMMUNITY WORKSHOP: Natural Dyes & Cyanotype Prints
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BILINGUAL COMMUNITY WORKSHOP: Natural Dyes & Cyanotype Prints

with AMBOS

Thursday, April 4, 2024 - 2:00 PM

Join artists from AMBOS (Art Made Between Opposite Sides), SVMoA, and the Hunger Coalition for a two-part workshop: dying fabric with natural dyes and making cyanotype prints! Artists Tanya Aguiñiga and Natalie M. Godinez will lead you in using plants and vegetables to dye fabric and pillows and also creating stunning one-of-a-kind photo prints using natural sunlight. Some of the art created will be used in a collaborative art installation that will be exhibited at the Sun Valley Museum of Art. The installation will be a collaboration between the artists, communities living throughout the Wood River Valley and people awaiting asylum along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Age & Ability: all ages welcome; adult supervision/assistance for ages 11+; beginners welcome!

This workshop takes place from 2–5pm at the Hunger Coalition. Drop in anytime!

About AMBOS (Art Made Between Opposite Sides)

A femme-led binational artist collaborative that works along the U.S./Mexico border to build migrant support systems through craft, care, and mutual aid to advance pro-migrant narratives.

Part of SVMoA’s exhibition Intertwined: Weaving in Community.
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Ticket Prices

FREE! Drop in anytime between 2–5pm.