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Workshop | Natural Turmeric Dyeing with Mich Stevenson

Gather in the Museum as CAMHLAB resident artist Mich Stevenson presents a workshop on the history, process, and applications of dyeing natural materials using turmeric. Over the last three years, Mich has explored the creation of clothing, sculpture, and installations using turmeric dyed materials. The findings from his years of experience will be offered to workshop attendees while also providing each person the opportunity to create their own natural-dyed canvas item in the full immersion or shibori technique.

Advanced registration is strongly encouraged for this workshop as limited supplies and space are available. 

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About Mich Stevenson

Mich Stevenson (b. 1987), is a native Houstonian raised in creole traditions and the church, along the coastal south. Stevenson’s work serves to be restorative within its environments so as to exist as accessible reference points of peace and remembrance — meeting people together and returning them to the reflection of who they can be together on Earth. Stevenson is a sculptor, painter, meditation and yoga instructor living and working in Houston, Texas.

Photo credit: Mich Stevenson, Didn’t Know I Was a Seed, 2021. Turmeric dyed 16oz canvas, wood, wire, hardware. DIMENSIONS. Image and work courtesy the artist.