SYMPOSIUM ONE:
LEARNING & KNOWING

citizen research, education & best practices

NOV 2020 - JAN 2021

The rediscovery of natural dyes today necessitates delving into past histories in order to rediscover recipes, processes and best practices. As well, scientific knowledge is key to producing new practices adapted to today’s demands, including moving from small-scale applications to reliable large-scale ones with industry impact. Learning and knowing about natural dyes thus necessitates an interdisciplinary approach and encompasses not only learning about how to make natural dyes but also teaching the public why natural dyes are crucial today.

KEYNOTE:
Kathy Hattori

Natural Dyes and Sustainable Regional Development

Q&A NOV 26 5-6PM EST

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EXHIBITION:

Featuring

Jamie Bourgeois, Caroline Forde, Windeyer Studio, Erika Molnar, Joanna Close, Anie Toole, Sarah Goodman, Sandra Dammizio, Ixchel Suarez

INTERVENTIONS:

Developing Best Practices:


Erika Molnar, Sherry Haar, Kowshik Saha, Eileen Hallman

PANEL DISCUSSION:
JAN 7, 4-5PM EST

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Creative and Economic Perspectives:


Mark O’Connell, Karen Spurgin

PANEL DISCUSSION:
JAN 7, 5-6PM EST

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