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Seedsaving workshop kicks off series

Seedsaving workshop kicks off series

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Our Sedition Series of workshops for 2020 starts underground, with a seed saving workshop! Join Sarah Bradshaw of Wise Woman Seeds to learn the basics of growing your own seeds. Starting with understanding the types of plants and their means of pollination and isolation distances - then move on to garden planning and seed harvesting and storage. By the end of the workshop, you'll be ready to buy some locally adapted varieties to start saving in your own garden! Register through the brewery at 250-675-6847, or email crannog@crannogales.com All workshops are pay what you can - please do bring cash...

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Sculptural Felting Workshop - October 1-2

Sculptural Felting Workshop - October 1-2

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Sculptural Felting with Alexandra Goodallnoted fibre artist from Penticton BC Sculptural felting and modeling are the focus of this workshop, with an introduction to new techniques and creative additions to create texture and form. This is a unique opportunity to learn from a creative, vibrant artist. Alexandra has been working in felt and mixed media for years, with work ranging from hats to entire solar systems. Creative forms, hollow techniques, and working with negative space are all signatures of her playful and moving work. www.alexandragoodall.com This workshop will be particularly exciting for those with prior felting experience, but will be...

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Wild Crafted Natural Dyes Workshop - Cancelled

Wild Crafted Natural Dyes Workshop - Cancelled

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Wild crafted natural dyes

A workshop on creating your own natural dyes using plant materials found on the land & experimenting with natural mordants!

This workshop will be lead by "Indigenous Plant Diva" Tuy't'tanat- Cease Wyss from the Squamish and Sto:Lo peoples. She has been leading workshops on the land and indoors for close to three decades. This workshop will show the participants how to utilize various natural dyes, mixing in natural mordants such as copper, iron and aluminum as a means of setting these natural dyes into natural fabrics.

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