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Workshop: Tataki zomé

in Mulhouse
  • Flowers and plants abound in natural pigments. Tataki zomé is an ancestral technique that uses plants in their natural state to decorate fabric. After a visit to the Museum of Printed Fabrics on the theme of flora, led by mediator Anne Baumann, everyone can try their hand at this printing technique and leave with their own personalized T-shirt or tote bag. Don't hesitate to bring leaves and flowers freshly picked from a meadow or your garden.

    Open to everyone aged 7 and over, alone or with...
    Flowers and plants abound in natural pigments. Tataki zomé is an ancestral technique that uses plants in their natural state to decorate fabric. After a visit to the Museum of Printed Fabrics on the theme of flora, led by mediator Anne Baumann, everyone can try their hand at this printing technique and leave with their own personalized T-shirt or tote bag. Don't hesitate to bring leaves and flowers freshly picked from a meadow or your garden.

    Open to everyone aged 7 and over, alone or with the family. Reservations essential, group limited to 15 people with a minimum of 5 participants. Only in French.

    20 € per child + ticket for accompanying adult
Services
  • Equipment
    • Less than 200 m from a paying public car park
Openings
  • On March 24, 2024
  • Sunday
    2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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