WORKSHOP exceptionnel tissage / teinture MILINGIMBI ART STUDIO X WHOLE


Regular price €120.00

Atelier tissage, teinture et dégustation végétale franco-australienne

SAMEDI 15 SEPTEMBRE / 10H-14H / workshop en anglais 

WHOLE aura l'immense plaisir d'accueillir les artistes du studio Milingimbi pour un workshop croisé exceptionnel sur la teinture et les fibres naturelles, ponctué de délicieux mets proposés par Jennifer de Tookies (allez lire ici ce qu'elle écrit sur son Journal car c'est une belle aventure!), avec pour fil conducteur l'authenticité, le naturel, le savoir-faire.

Les artistes Helen et Ruth partageront leur pratique artistique et technique de teinture et de tissage traditionnels.

C’est leur première fois à l’étranger, loin d’Australie, elles viennent les bras chargés de trésors qui viennent directement du bush : Lemon myrtle, Peppermint gum powder, Native basil powder, Bush tomato’s dried whole, Bush tomatoes crushed, Davidson’s plum powder, Kakadu plum powder, Wattleseed power… 

Une véritable rencontre d’artistes qui puise sa source d’inspiration dans la nature et qui l’utilise tout en la chérissant. Que ce soit là bas ou ici. C’est ce que nous aimerions partager avec vous.

Vous pourrez participer à un moment unique à l'atelier WHOLE, échanger avec les artistes, vous initier à la teinture végétale pratiquée par Aurélia Wolff et celle pratiquée par les artistes aborigènes, découvrir et expérimenter le tissage d'une pièce traditionnelle, vous régaler avec les créations culinaires de Jennifer.

Venez vivre cette expérience textile humaine et créative !

Combien de temps :

4 heures de workshop de 10h à 14h + une dégustation de mets salé et sucrés concoctés par mes soins, plantes séchées, graines, et fruits que les filles ramènent de chez elles.

Vous apprendrez à :

  • tisser selon le savoir faire de Ruth et Helen
  • connaître les plantes originaires aborigènes et leurs propriétés :Gunga (pandanus), Balgurr (kurrajong), Guninyi, racines de Morinda Citrifolia, Gulitji Gulitji.
  • les différences entre ces modes de teinture et ceux utilisés à l’atelier WHOLE
  • teindre des fibres naturelles collectées par les artistes et des textiles (coton, lin, laine bio…)

Vous repartirez avec :

  • une pièce tissée à partir de fibres de Pandanus teintes,
  • des échantillons teints selon les différentes plantes utilisées par les artistes
  • un guide pour reproduire chez vous les techniques de tissage et teintures.

Pour qui ?

Tou(te)s les passionné(e)s d’art textile et de couleurs curieuse de connaître des techniques inédites et pointues / L’atelier sera traduit en français.

 

Alors vous venez ?

 

 

/ENGLISH ADDITIONNAL INFOS / 

WHOLE weaving workshop - PARIS

Ganlmirriwuy and Nalmakarra’s 'Yurrwi in Europe' tour will conclude with a collaborative public workshop on Saturday 15th September at WHOLE studio, Paris. Milingimbi Art and Culture artists Ruth Nalmakarra and Helen Ganalmirriwuy will join two celebrated Parisian artisans, Jennifer Hart-Smith and Aurélia Wolff to deliver this unique event.

During this workshop Ganalmirriwuy, Nalmakarra Jennifer and Aurélia will share their passionate and sensitive approaches to working with natural materials.

Ganalmirriwuy and Nalmakarra will share their skills as master weavers and as well as their knowledge of natural fibres and dyes from their homeland, Yurrwi. Participants will have the opportunity to work with the artists to prepare, dye and weave gunga (pandanus) and balgurr (kurrajong) fibres that have been harvested by the artists. The workshop will also include a presentation during which Nalmakarra and Ganalmirriwuy will discuss the significance of weaving in Yolngu life as part of the continuum between past and present celebrated in everyday life, ceremony and contemporary art practice.

Ganalmirriwuy and Nalmakarra’s processes of dyeing and weaving artworks from plant fibres, roots and leaves harvested from Yurrwi will be compared with the natural dye processes of Aurélia, WHOLE, Paris. Pâtissier chef Jennifer, Tookies, Gambetta will also share her passion for working with  natural ingredients. Participants will have an opportunity to try foods prepared by Jennifer using native Australian ingredients.

Participants will leave with; a selection of fibres (gunga, balgurr, silk, cotton, wool and linen) dyed with natural dyes, their own woven gunga and twined balgurr creations, as well as information about the materials and processes used during the workshop.

Workshop limited to 8 participants

Cost: 120Euros

When: Saturday 15th September 2018

Time: 10am to 2pm

Where: WHOLE

86 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, Paris 11è

m° Goncourt, Parmentier

tel / 09 83 72 47 22

 

About the artists

Ruth Nalmakarra

Ruth Nalmakarra is a Liya-gawumirr / Garrawarra women of East Arnhem Land in the far north of Australia. She learnt the art of harvesting, preparing, dying and weaving natural fibres found on her homeland of Yurrwi (Milingimbi) as a young child watching and participating in the daily life of her family. Today, Nalmakarra is a master weaver as well as a respected knowledgeable elder with in-depth knowledge and experience working with museum and gallery historic collections. Nalmakarra also has a skill and passion for governance and has contributed greatly to the running of Milingimbi Art and Culture centre, a not-for-profit community owned art centre organisation, as well as art centre peak body, ANKA.  

http://www.milingimbiart.com/project/ruth-nalmakarra/

 

Helen Ganalmirriwuy

Helen Ganalmirriwuy is a Liya-gawumirr / Garrawarra women of East Arnhem Land in the far north of Australia as well as a highly celebrated master weaver represented in numerous national and international collections.  

The creation of hand crafted functional, ceremonial and aesthetic contemporary art objects forms the daily rhythm of life for Ganalmirriwuy and her sisters. For Ganalmirriwuy weaving is part of an unbroken link between her present day reality and the time of creation when her ancestors were given law, knowledge and language. Ganalmirriwuy is known for her attention to intricate detail and commitment to finding new forms and refined techniques.

http://www.milingimbiart.com/project/helen-ganalmirriwuy/

 

Aurelia Wolff

Aurelia Wolff is the creative spirit behind WHOLE - a textile label that produces unique hand crafted textiles that are waste-free, hand-dyed, organic, locally designed and manufactured and environmentally friendly. Aurelia regularly shares her knowledge of natural materials and dying processes through workshops at WHOLE studio, Paris.

https://whole.fr/

https://www.instagram.com/ourwholeconcept/?hl=en

 

Jennifer Hart-Smith

Jennifer Hart-Smith is the creator of Tookies, Gambetta, Paris, a creative enterprise that combines Jennifer’s skills as designer, pâtissier chef and forger as well as her passion for nature and creativity. Jennifer offers a range of services focused on unique, thoughtful branding through culinary creations made with raw materials, natural sugars, an awareness of nutrition and the joy of unusual and subtle flavors to respected high end brands.

https://tookies.fr/

https://www.instagram.com/tookies.gambetta/?hl=en



For more information about workshops and events Nalmakarra and Ganalmirriwuy will be part of in Europe please visit www.milingimbiart.com/news/