WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

Thursday 5th

 

Workshop: “Creative printing on synthetic textiles by digital sublimation” by Marcelo Castagnola (Uruguay).
9:00 – 15:00 – GERMAN EMBASSY – US$100 – Spanish/English.

Printing on various materials; used a lot on synthetic textiles (lycra, dry-fyt, polyester) and on ceramics, metals, and wood.
Drawing or printing on paper, and design is ironed to transfer without altering stamped surface. We will explore practicing with traditional techniques (hand painting) and digital printer.
Materials: synthetic fabric remnants.

Marcelo Castagnola, Fashion Designer specialized in illustration and stamping. Studied Plastic Arts with Dumas Onorio and at Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes School of Architecture. Fashion at Peter Hamer Design School. Stamping at UTU and Framatex. Presently co-directs CONCRETO Multiespacio and has own stamping studio. He is Fashion.

https://labmvd.blogspot.com.uy/ 

SOLD OUT

 

 

Workshop: “Contemporary Basketry” by Doreen Bayley (Uruguay).
9:00 – 15:00 – MUSEO HISTÓRICO CABILDO – US$80 – Spanish only.

Basic contemporary basketry techniques and assembly in order to make a sculpture, with prior discussion.
Materials: Pruning shears and regular scissors.

Doreen Bayley is a contemporary basketry and textile artist.

SOLD OUT

 

Workshop: “Tucuman Randas” (session 1 of 2) by Marisa Taborelli (Argentina).
9:00 – 15:00 – MUSEO HISTÓRICO CABILDO – US$100 – Spanish only.

This workshop teaches practical learning of the mesh along with loom set-up and embroidery of the mesh during the second workshop. Also, PowerPoint presentation of various possibilities for each technique and, of course, showing of various pieces made by Randeras from around the region.

Marisa Taborelli is educator, social psychologist, and weaver. Founder of Sapikuna Weaving Studio, where she undertakes revalorization and rescue of textile art.
www.facebook.com/sapikuna
marisataborelli@gmail.com

SOLD OUT

Friday 6th

 

Workshop: “Devoré: Creative printing” by Marcelo Castanola (Uruguay). SOLD OUT
9:00 – 15:00- GERMAN EMBASSY – US$100 – Spanish/English.

Devoré is a printing technique applied over mixed fabrics, cotton, and synthetic. Application of a paste that burns the fabric, marking a certain design. When the paste is removed the design is shown by texture difference. Used a lot to make lace design, etc.
Materials: Fabric remnants containing cotton and lycra; workshop will provide the rest of materials.

Marcelo Castagnola, Fashion Designer specialized in illustration and stamping. Studied Plastic Arts with Dumas Onorio and at Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes School of Architecture. Fashion at Peter Hamer Design School. Stamping at UTU and Framatex. Presently co-directs CONCRETO Multiespacio and has own stamping studio. He is Fashion.

https://labmvd.blogspot.com.uy/

Devoré: Creative printing is full.

 

Workshop: “MOLAS” by Silvia Piza Tandlich (Costa Rica).
9:00 – 15:00 – MUSEO HISTORICO CABILDO – US$80 – Spanish/English.

Basic course to make a traditional geometric Mola 18 X 18 cm in the style of Guna culture from Panama.

Silvia Piza-Tandlich, mixed medium and textile creator, works 100% by hand to describe an attitude towards environment, social responsibility, and ethical conduct. Works in rescuing textile tradition, upcycling, and support for human diversity. Educator and community developer.
http://www.galeriaoctagono.comhttp://galeria.octagono

SOLD OUT

 

Workshop: “Tucuman Randas” (session 2 of 2) by Marisa Taborelli (Argentina).
9:00 – 15:00 – MUSEO HISTÓRICO CABILDO – US$100 – Spanish only.

This workshop teaches practical learning of the mesh along with loom set-up and embroidery of the mesh during the second workshop. Also, PowerPoint presentation of various possibilities for each technique and, of course, showing of various pieces made by Randeras from around the region.

Marisa Taborelli is educator, social psychologist, and weaver. Founder of Sapikuna Weaving Studio, where she undertakes revalorization and rescue of textile art.
www.facebook.com/sapikuna
marisataborelli@gmail.com

SOLD OUT

Sunday 8th

 

Workshop: “Creativity: The fascinating adventure of creating.” by Silke (Austria/ Argentina.
11:00 – 13:00 – FUNDACION ATCHUGARRY – US$80 – Spanish/English.

The adventure of creating is fascinating. Exercising the road to intuition, imagination, fantasy, and immersing us into color, take us to discover we are more than we think we are.
Materials: Notebook and pen.

Silke is a multi-disciplinary plastic artist. Countless journeys and studies carried her around the world, awakening her holistic existence. Her search for a more comprehensive language led her to incorporate music, scenery, words, and dance into a fruitful intertwining of the arts.
http://www.silke.com.ar/

SOLD OUT

Monday 9th

 

Workshop: “Felt: Forms and designs” (session 1 of 2) by Andrea Noeske-Porada (Germany)
9:00 – 15:00 – EMBASSY OF GERMANY – US$150 – Spanish, English & German.

This technique allows for textile design in felt. Participants will make a complex design with the use of rings, horizontal and vertical lines, and waves creating new designs when cut.

Andrea Noeske is an independent sculpture and felt artist.
http://www.kunst-im-souterrain.de
http://www.kuimsou.de/

SOLD OUT

 

Workshop: “Felt: Outer layer and” by Esther Weber (Switzerland).
9:00 – 15:00 – GERMAN EMBASSY – US$100 – Idioma: Spanish, English & German.

Experimenting with tridimensional felt technique, participants will make small format objects over an oval frame, with reserve procedure, cuts and molding through the filtrate. Small sculptures will be created.

Esther Weber studied at Oberrot Felt School in Germany with Inge Bauer, Lynda Rump, and Beatriz Schaaf-Giesser. She continuously participates in individual and collective exhibits, and collaborates with other artists of literature and theatre.
www.esther-weber.com

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Workshop: “Calchaquí waist loom” (session 1 of 2) by Amelia Tarditti (Argentina).
9:00 – 15:00 – MUSEO HISTÓRICO CABILDO – US$100 – Spanish only.

This traditional loom technique will be used to make a belt in the Calchaquí Valley style.

Amelia Tarditti carries out important work as weaver of traditional textile techniques, as well as teaching.
https://www.facebook.com/Amelia-Tarditti-Arte-Textil-11888…/

SOLD OUT

Tuesday 10th

 

Workshop: “Felt: Forms and designs” (session 2 of 2) by Andrea Noeske-Porada (Germany)
9:00 – 15:00 – EMBASSY OF GERMANY – Spanish, English & German.

This technique allows for textile design in felt. Participants will make a complex design with the use of rings, horizontal and vertical lines, and waves creating new designs when cut.

Andrea Noeske is an independent sculpture and felt artist.
http://www.kunst-im-souterrain.de
http://www.kuimsou.de/

SOLD OUT

 

Workshop: “Felt: Small object with lid” by Claudia Fisher (Germany) and Vera Van de Casteele (Belgium)
9:00 – 15:00 – EMBASSY OF GERMANY – US$100 – Spanish, English & German.

The process from fiber to creating a tridimensional object with lid, is the objective of this workshop—especially for beginners. We will incur into felt technique making a flat surface all the way to making a compact felt. During the second step we will form a ball, which will turn into an object using reserve technique.
Claudia Fisher and Vera Van de Casteele studied at Oberrot Felt School in Germany with Inge Bauer, Lynda Rump, and Beatriz Schaaf-Giesser. They also participate in solo and collective exhibitions.
www.filzpunkt.net
www.viltkunst.bevera.viltkunst@gmail.com

SOLD OUT

 

Workshop: “Calchaquí waist loom” (session 2 of 2) by Amelia Tarditti (Argentina).
9:00 – 15:00 – MUSEO HISTÓRICO CABILDO – US$100 – Spanish only.

This traditional loom technique will be used to make a belt in the Calchaquí Valley style.
Amelia Tarditti carries out important work as weaver of traditional textile techniques, as well as teaching.
https://www.facebook.com/Amelia-Tarditti-Arte-Textil-11888…/

SOLD OUT

Wednesday 11th

 

Workshop: “Boro – Shashico” by Bea Iorio (Argentina)
9:00 – 15:00- MUSEO HISTÓRICO CABILDO – US$100 – Spanish only.

“Boro” represents transformation of unimportant materials into something precious and valuable. Participants will learn basics points of Sashico in order for Boro to attain its deserved value.
Materials: a garment.

Bea Iorio has immersed in artistic endeavors such as sculpture, painting, photography and textile research.
http://www.malcosidos.blogspot.com.ar
http://bea-iorio.blogspot.com.co/

SOLD OUT

 

Workshop: “Contemporary Basketry” by Doreen Bayley (Uruguay).
9:00 – 15:00 – MUSEO HISTÓRICO CABILDO – US$80 – English only.

Basic contemporary basketry techniques and assembly in order to make a sculpture, with prior discussion.
Materials: Pruning shears and regular scissors.

Doreen Bayley is a contemporary basketry and textile artist.

SOLD OUT

Thursday 12th

 

Workshop: “Blindfolded embroidery” – Textile participation project by Bea Iorio (Argentina) and Humberto Demarco (Uruguay).
9:00 – 15:00 – EMBASSY OF GERMANY – free of charge – In Spanish only.

We will explore the creative process implemented when making a sculpture without being able to see it. We will encourage the senses of touch, taste, smell, and hearing to participate in the works, making sure visually impaired participants can perceive and enjoy, and allowing seeing participants to work without using their sight.
Requirement: Visual impairment. Participants without visual impairment will be requested to work blindfolded.

Blindfolded Embroidery is full.

 

 

VENUES

  1. EMBASSY OF GERMANY
    Address: La Comparsita 1417 al 35. Montevideo
  2. MUSEO CABILDO DE MONTEVIDEO
    Address: Plaza Matriz y peatonal Sarandí. Montevideo
  3. FUNDACION ATCHUGARRY
    Address: Ruta 104 – Km. 4.5
    El Chorro, Maldonado. Punta del Este