Family Art Workshops
Saturday, June 3rd, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
In the museum, families will gather inspiration from the Urban Scenes of Seattle exhibit and then head to the maker studio to learn about ways to artfully reuse textiles. Participants will explore Boro stitching—the art of repairing and embellishing fabric— and other fabric collage techniques to create a Cityscape-inspired patchwork wall hanging with a colorful array of fabrics and embroidery floss stitched and pasted together.
About the Teaching Artist
Malia Peoples is a Native Hawaiian fashion designer, teaching artist, and ceramicist in Seattle, WA. Malia’s body of work includes Other Peoples Polyester, a colorful line of sewn goods that makes use of vintage and reclaimed fabrics, and Melted Porcelain, the contemporary exploration of Nerikomi jewelry- hand-built shapes with colored clay.