Workshop: Documenting memories through a photographic textile journal with Jasmine Karis.
How we choose to remember and express our own individual stories is a very different and personal journey for us all. Community textile artist (and keen journalling advocate) Jasmine Karis invites you to create a visual record of memories, people, places, and experiences that you would like to honour and cherish.
By using the medium and vessel of the journal as a space for personal and collective healing, Jasmine will gently guide participants through the entire process of DIY photo transfer, so you can continue adding in and referencing your own stories and memories far beyond the workshop itself.
To start the workshop, you will create your journal using simple binding techniques, incorporating hand stitching methods. You will then experiment with the image transfer method on smaller scale images to get familiar with the process, before moving onto slightly larger images if you wish.
For those who also want to decorate their journals in the workshop, there will be a range of fun materials on hand to jazz up your journals with extra designs, patterns, and embellishments.
No experience necessary and all materials provided!
What do you need to do beforehand?
If you are able to, please bring along some print outs of photographs (max A5 size) that you want to work with during the workshop. If you don’t have access to a printer, you’re more than welcome to use our printer on the day itself or email your images to email@example.com so we can print them out beforehand.
For folks who might not have any personal photos they want to use during this workshop, you’re more than welcome to select images online that speak to you in some way or represent a certain message that you want to share.
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