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Craft workshop – Indigo dyeing workshop – FULL

June 15 @ 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

150,000VND

THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL.  PLEASE SIGN UP FOR THE WAITING LIST.  AND WE WILL BE RUNNING THIS WORKHSHOP REGULARLY.

The Indigo Store has long been a friend good friend of FVH – in fact it is also 20years old this year -like us.

Duong Thi Thanh and her team at the Indigo Store preserve and restore the traditional culture of the Black Tay ethnic minority in Sapa, support about 120 producers across 7 different ethnic minorities in the production of organic plants, handmade textiles and employ disabled/deaf staff helping them have a sustainable livelihood etc.

Indigo is a deep rich violet-blue colour. The colour is named after the indigo dye extracted from leaves of the Indigofera tincoria plant which grows in tropical climates. It is probably the most famous of all natural dyes made by crushing the plant leaves and fermenting them in water.

This is a great workshop for those particularly interested in:

  • Production of dyes particularly indigo dyes
  • Textiles and design and in particular how they relate to the Tay culture
  • Ethnic minority cultures in general

On this fascinating workshop we learn about how the indigo plant is grown, how the dye is extracted and how it is nurtured (it needs water and food), the different shades,  we see the vats of indigo in her workshop, design, make and dye our own indigo tie-dye sample with the help of the Indigo store’s deaf/disabled staff.  Thanh goes into a lot more detail on the workshops she runs for FVH than her general workshops for the public (and a special discounted price for FVH)

150,000 vnd pp (adults) / 100,000 (students/under 15s)

Venue: The Indigo Store, 33A Van Mieu street, opposite the Temple of Literature

Max: 10 people

Duration: 9.30am-11.30am/12noon

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Details

Date:
June 15
Time:
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Cost:
150,000VND
Event Category:

Organiser

Stella Ciorra
Phone:
01662 979 605
Email:
stella@fvheritage.org