Yukako Satone – February 2022

Lecture: Bengala & Kakishibu – Sustainable Ancient Dyes from Japan

February 2, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific. during the guild meeting

Non-guild members are welcome

An online presentation via Zoom

Bengala & Kakishibu The lecture will be presented with elements both live and recorded, and will include time for live Q & A. Some history of these two traditional Japanese dyes will be presented. In addition, a discussion of current usage, cultural and economic importance, and sustainable practices will follow.

Description

Yukako Satone studied visual design and worked as a graphic designer in Japan. At the age of 25, Yukako moved to NYC to work as an assistant art director for an advertising agency. In 2005, Yukako became a certified SAORI instructor, and opened a SAORI weaving studio called Loop of the Loom. She received grants from Peace Stone Foundation as a teaching artist in Senegal and The Laura Lenzner Adasko Artist in Residence program at Bank Street School for Children in 2011. She gives hands-on workshops on use of these ancient dyes, which she adapted at our request to develop this lecture. Yukako is the founder of Loop of the Loom in New York and is a SAORI certified instructor.

Lecture: Bengala & Kakishibu – Sustainable Ancient Dyes from Japan 

February 2, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific. during the guild meeting

Non-guild members are welcome

An online presentation via Zoom

Bengala & Kakishibu The lecture will be presented with elements both live and recorded, and will include time for live Q & A. Some history of these two traditional Japanese dyes will be presented. In addition, a discussion of current usage, cultural and economic importance, and sustainable practices will follow.