Learn textile dyeing techniques and become a collaborator in production resident Tamar Ettun’s upcoming Pioneer Works performance. Under the instruction of Ettun, participants will learn natural and artificial dyeing techniques on fabrics that will be used in the performance and will be given materials to take home for their own dying projects.
Part Orange by Tamar Ettun will be performed at Pioneer Works on June 25 and 26. Students of this class will receive a free ticket to either performance for collaborating in the dyeing process.
Price: $25 per session
Materials: Dyes will be provided. Bring your own materials to dye.
Audience: Open to all.
Tamar Ettun is a sculptor and a performance artist based in Brooklyn, New York. She has had exhibitions and performances at The Barrick Museum UNLV, Art Omi Sculpture Garden, The Watermill Center, e-flux, Sculpture Center, Knockdown Center, Madison Square Park, Bryant Park, Socrates Sculpture Park, Indianapolis Museum of Art, The Jewish Museum, Uppsala Art Museum, Fridman Gallery, Braverman Gallery, PERFORMA 09, 11 and 13, among others.
Aimée Burg earned an MFA in sculpture from Yale School of Art (2010) and BFA in sculpture from Pratt Institute (2005.) She was the Emma B. Bernstein Fellow at AIR Gallery 2011-2012 and was in residence at Vermont Studio Center in 2008. She has presented solo shows at AIR Gallery, Auxiliary Projects and Slag Gallery (Brooklyn), as well as group shows at Bosi Contemporary (NY), Ortega Y Gasset Projects (Brooklyn), Les Territoires (Montreal) and Bezalel School of Art (Tel Aviv). She is co-founder of the art collective Dark Matters and is co-curator at the outdoor gallery ArtLot, both in Brooklyn.