Textile installation workshop


Ti 18.10.2022 18:00 - 20:00
Ti 25.10.2022 18:00 - 20:00
Ti 8.11.2022 18:00 - 20:00
Ti 15.11.2022 18:00 - 20:00

 Have you dreamed about working with textile and installation? If the response is positive, the „Yö Pajat: Textile installation workshop” workshop series is for you. During the workshop series you will get knowledge about composing space and colour through use of various media with the emphasis on textile. We will relate theoretical knowledge with the practical skills and work sustainably with recycled materials. During the workshops we will explore how to implement traditional skills into contemporary installation language. We will research the tradition of contemporary art installation and textile art, get to know the basics of fabric as a medium, textile crafting options, constructing patterns, basics about the theory of colour and its meaning in space. We will also be open to mix textile with other media (such as digital work). At the end of the workshop series we will present results with original artworks of all the participants.

When? 18.10., 25.10., 8.11., 15.11.2022 / 4 x Tuesdays at 18:00-20:00 / 6- 8 pm
Where? at Yö Galleria and online (zoom)
For whom? Anyone who wants to get familiar with textile medium
Enroll via this form by 10.10.:
Limited number of participants. Reserve your spot now! The course is offered free of charge.
A few participants will have the opportunity to participate on-site at Yö Galleria. (indicate in the registration form whether you prefer zoom or on-site)
A zoom link and info letter for the workshop will be sent to those who have registered as participants by 14.10. via e-mail.
If you have questions, you can contact us here: taiteilijayhdistys.yo@gmail.com

Kamila Śladowska- (born in 1996 in Warsaw) multidisciplinary visual artist, who works with various media such as installation, painting, textile or performance and researches around topics of diversity and cultural anthropology. She tries to implement ideas from permaculture into visual arts and makes effort to work with recycled materials or using traditional techniques. Kamila Śladowska has studied during the Erasmus exchange at ESBAMA Montpellier, graduated from the painting faculty at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw as well as the costume design faculty at MSKPU in Warsaw (both in 2020). She has moved to Helsinki where she became affiliated with Myymala2 whilst undertaking an erasmus post-graduate practice programme. Kamila Śladowska has been awarded many grants and her work has been presented in multiple countries in Europe.

The workshop is part of the Hybrid Art Workshop project of Yö ry.