Learn the basics of natural dyeing and paint a beautiful landscape of colour on a rolled-hem silk habotai scarf (8” x 54”) with guest artisan Andrea Belcham (Renard Et Fleur(link is external)). From scouring to mordanting, participants will learn all they need to know to create a wearable piece of art using natural dyes including dried marigold flowers, logwood bark, onion skins, and more. Light refreshments will be served and a guided tour of the heritage house will be provided. It is recommended that participants bring a water bottle.
Registration is required. Please use the barcode above to register using Service Ottawa’s online system. A minimum of 3 participants is required. The deadline to register is Friday, March 27.
UPDATE: All recreation and cultural facilities, including recreation complexes, community centers, arenas, swimming pools, theatres and museums will be closed, effective Monday, March 16.