• Entertainment/recreation

tataki zomé with biosf'air

Come and discover the practice of Tataki-zomé, a Japanese plant-printing technique. Over the course of an afternoon, the aim will be to print on textile one of the 70 plants featured in the Alpage de Beauregard exhibition, "Herbiers Imaginaires".

Entertainment/recreation tataki zomé with biosf'air Demi-Quartier

About

On Sunday 21 July 2024 from 13:00:00 in 17:00:00
Demi-Quartier (74120)

Tataki-zome is a Japanese natural dyeing technique that involves hammering fresh plants onto fabric to transfer their pigments and create delicate patterns.

The process involves arranging the plants on the material, covering them with another fabric or paper, then hammering them to extract the natural colors.

After hammering, the plants are removed, and the colorful patterns revealed.

The dyed fabric or paper is then dried and, in some cases, fixed to perpetuate the shades obtained. This artisanal method produces unique works of art, decorative textiles and original papers with natural motifs.

The Bios'faire association offers an afternoon initiation to this practice, so you can take your creation home with you!

Prices

Free of charge.

Reception

Languages spoken : French

Dates

Sunday 21 July 2024 between 1 pm and 5 pm.

Sunday 28 July 2024 between 1 pm and 5 pm.

Sunday 4 August 2024 between 1 pm and 5 pm.

Sunday 11 August 2024 between 1 pm and 5 pm.

Sunday 18 August 2024 between 1 pm and 5 pm.

Sunday 25 August 2024 between 1 pm and 5 pm.

Access

Alpage de Beauregard Chemin de Beauregard 74120 Demi-Quartier
Information update on 16/07/2024 by Office de Tourisme de Combloux