Whitsundays Art Festival

Traditional Japanese drying techniques of Shibori. Use specific folding binding and dip-dyeing techniques create the sample squares and one major piece. They were so enjoy with the artist, Jinni

Enjoying Shibori Course on the weekend

The Japanese dyeing techniques of Shibori has been enjoyed by many participants from all around Albury.



The participant had chance to learn each step from design to final step over two days course.

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Thanks to the Artist Jinyapa Upatham and MAMA Art Gallery Albury to organise this wonderful course.

Workshop: Shibori with Jinni Oupatham


Jun 22 at 10:30 AM – Jun 23 at 12 PM

MAMA – Murray Art Museum Albury

Learn the traditional Japanese dyeing techniques of Shibori, creating five sample designs and one large project to take home.
Over two days, gain practical hands-on experience and advice from experienced textile artist, Jinni Oupatham.
The distinctive Shibori patterns are created using a sequence of folding, binding and clamping of fabric into bundles that are dip-dyed in traditional indigo dye. This workshop will familiarise you with the core techniques and materials used in Shibori so that you can begin to understand the possibilities that this medium can yield.

Places are limited. Learn more about the workshop at: https://www.mamalbury.com.au/learn/studio/workshops/workshop-shibori-with-jinni-oupatham

Thai Batik – WAM @ LibraryMuseum

Spring time, time for festivals and outdoor activities start!!! This weekend at the Albury Library Museum a family fun activity was held in the Exhibition zone, a story telling that children from the audience can interact by their input in creative drawing.

There was a special colourful setup that can be seen by everyone as soon as they walked in the library entrance. Pictures taken from story books for children were created into a batik form that children can colour it themselves. This activities attracted a lot of interest from children to interact. A joyful family day out was enjoyed by those who joined in the activity with Write Around the Murray (WAM).




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