with Anny Crane
Saturday, June 23, 10am-5pm
$120, lunch included
*most supplies included, short additional supply list will be provided
In this workshop we will go over how to make and maintain an indigo vat. We will also experiment with different resist dyeing techniques such as shibori and katazome. While materials will be provided to experiment with, students are encouraged to bring in small to medium lightweight fabrics to dye. The best fabrics to dye are light-colored natural materials, such as cotton and linen.
Anny Crane studied Fine Arts and Psychology at Florida State University. After completing her degree, she spent a year traveling and living in New York and California while developing her art practice. In 2012, Anny settled in Brooklyn, New York, and began working at the Textile Arts Center. While her work ranged from teaching adult and kids workshops to running their internationally known blog, her biggest project was managing their 2014 print publication: TAC Magazine. Anny has taught workshops and shown work in New York, Florida, and Michigan. In 2016, she curated the sinkhole at Superfun! Gallery in Gainesville, Florida, which showcased Florida based women-identified artists. Anny was a resident artist at Have Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and has written for and been featured in blogs, print publications, and podcasts. Anny currently resides in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with her partner and their daughter, teaching workshops and growing her art practice. You can follow her work at www.annycrane.com, on instagram @annycrane, or visit her studio in Grand Rapids, Michigan.