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Communal Resuscitation of a Dead Horse: A Workshop on Stop-Motion Embroidery

October 2, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm PDT

Use your embroidery skills to collaborate on a stop-motion animation together!

In this workshop, participant-collaborators will come together for a few hours of camaraderie and embroidery, each creating a single embroidered horse that, joined together, will become a come to life! Dovetailing with his exhibition Muybridge Studies in Stop Motion Embroidery, Charlie Wilcox will introduce the practical process of creating a work of stop-motion animation using embroidery, supplying each participant with their own individual frame and necessary materials. What will the final animation look like? Half of the fun will come from the Exquisite Corpse approach to collaborative creation! Throughout, Charlie Wilcox will discuss and demonstrate the challenges and pleasures with using fabric and floss as a medium for animation. All workshop participants will be named as collaborators in the exhibition and get to see their collaborative work on display.


October 2, 2022
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Textile Hive
133 Southwest 2nd Avenue Suite 203,
Portland, OR 97204 United States
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