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May
1
to May 5

Under Construction

Every work exists within a halo of interpretations, ideas, histories, personalities, and meanings. Over the years Michael Brennand-Wood has developed a keen talent for mentoring students—a talent which he claims consists in suggesting the conceptual framework of a piece under construction to students, thus enabling them to progress further with their work, while also creating a richer, more meaningful context to work within.

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May
6
to May 17

Journeycloth(ed): An Inspired Masterclass with India Flint

Join me for two glorious weeks at Maiwa East, where we will begin by making a soft silk mieux mieux and dyeing it with leaves gathered from the abundant street trees surrounding the studio. Then we will begin to build a wayfinder’s comforter—a soft, layered garment embellished with stitch, leafprints, detachable sleeves, fasteners, and pockets of all kinds.

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May
24
to May 26

The Garden Dyepot

Autumn leaves lifted from the rain-spattered sidewalk often leave a print behind. When collecting produce from the garden, one often encounters a range of colours held within flowers, leaves, roots, and stalks. The chromatic potential of what lies just beyond our front door provides a jumping-off point to consider options for contact printing, pressing, steaming, and immersion dyeing.

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May
29
to Jun 2

Design Studio

Five full days immersed in design. Design is everything. It is the reason an art piece works or fails. Design often functions just below the conscious surface, influencing the audience and guiding them toward a more profound engagement with the work ...

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