Japanese Boro Workshop
With Artist Junanne Peck
Date: Saturday July 16,2022
Location: Jaycee Center For the Arts
1975 Puritan Dr.
Fee: $65.00 + $5.00 supply fee
RSVP to Junanne at firstname.lastname@example.org by June 28, 2022
I request all who registered be Vaccinated..thank you…
Some supplies included (A small sewing kit)
What to bring: Old Jeans, Jean jacket, denim shirt
Boro (Japanese: are classes of textiles that have been mended or patched together. The term is derived from Japanese boroboro, meaning something tattered or repaired.
Boro means, literally, “tatters.” These were made by repurposing carefully saved garment pieces and other handspun and indigo-dyed fabrics. These were sewn together as a patchwork built up from many layers providing extra warmth.
In this workshop participants will begin by creating a Boro Sampler to learn the stitching, patching and mending vocabulary of Boro. Once the language is learned participants will work on fiber art pieces that may be in book form, wall art, 3-D, or wearable creations. Patches can be sewn onto Jean Jackets and Jeans. This workshop is appropriate for beginners wanting to learn stitching and surface techniques or experienced artists and makers wanting to incorporate a new aesthetic into their work.
Junanne Peck is an interdisciplinary artist, with printmaking as her primary art form. Peck is a Demo Artist for Akua Ink (http://www.akuainks.com/akua-demo-artist-program) She is a seasoned educator and Teaching Artist in the DFW area. Junanne Peck is a TXO Artist (Texas original Artist) selected by the Texas Commission on The Arts. Her works are featured in solo and invitational exhibits. Visit Junanne at: http://junannepeck.com