In Conversation with Yoshiko Wada – LongHouse Virtual Lecture Series

We invite you to join us for this illuminating series of three virtual talks led by one of the leading experts in Japanese textiles and techniques, Yoshiko Wada. LongHouse founder Jack Lenor Larsen was an ardent admirer of Ms. Wada and wrote in the foreward to her book “Memory on Cloth: Shibori Now”, “Perhaps more than anyone else, Wada caused the evolution of fiber focus from cloth structure to the dye patterning that we now recognize as surface design.”

Explore the timeless art and craft of fabric and broaden your knowledge of textile design in this informative and fascinating series of conversations with Ms. Wada, who Jack called “a Colossus, spanning east and west, past and future.”

Click on the links below for more information about each lecture and to reserve your spot.  $35, $25 for members. Become a LongHouse Founder and receive one complimentary talk. Become a Patron member and receive all three classes for free! (All current Patron members will receive links to all three lectures).

Sunday, February 28, 4:30pm EST: The Dyer’s Art in Japan: Homage to Jack Lenor Larsen (Recorded program, link will be emailed to viewer upon purchase of ticket).

Sunday, March 28, 4:30pm EST:  Japanese Costume in History: A Kimono Journey 

Sunday, April 25, 4:30pm EST: The Power of Stitchery: Nui Project and Sashiko

A recording link will be emailed to you and is viewable for 30 days after each event.

"In Conversation with Yoshiko Wada" is made possible through the generous support of Nicole Williams and Dr. Lawrence Becker, Jacqueline Brody, Adelaide de Menil, and Regina Sender Levin.