March 14 — Learn the ancient Japanese art of katazome at a workshop taught by fabric master artist, Setsuko Hayashi, on Sunday, March 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the 2nd floor classroom at the Gardena Valley Japanese Cultural
Katazome is an intricate technique for coloring fabric (or paper) via dye-laden stencils placed on the fabric. The un-dyed portion of
the fabric is then left blank, or it can be dyed additional colors. At the workshop, participants will be introduced to the process of
katazome through direct, hands-on experience as they create their own works of art.
The Bridge: JCI Heritage Center is a volunteer community program focusing on the preservation and continuation of the Japanese American culture and heritage as a legacy for our children and future generations.
The workshop will cost $10 (for materials), register by March 10th, class size is limited to 50 participants. The JCI is located at 1964
W. 162nd St., Gardena. For registration or for further information, please call (310) 324-6611 or email the Bridge at [email protected]