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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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