- An immersive and interactive natural tie & dye experience under the guidance of an expert.
- An understanding of textiles, the art of natural tie & dye and different uses of alternative materials.
- The chance to create and take home your own natural tie-dyed fabric.
- Learning to appreciate the ancient craft using materials and natural ingredients found at home.
- One ticket is valid for one participant.
- Ticket price includes cost of all the ingredients you need to create your own tie-dyed fabric.
- Registrations close on the day of the experience - an hour prior to the start time, subject to availability of seats.
- Cancellations, refunds and transfers, if any, will be considered on a case-to-case basis.
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As our cities swell, we tend to do fewer and repetitive things for recreation. With Trove, you get to break the monotony and explore fresh activities in your city, meet like-minded souls, and develop a deeper appreciation for the finer things.
Most of us likely resonate with terms like 'workshops' or 'events.’ What makes these an 'experience' is the energies we put into scouring the right artists, creators and storytellers, to ensure that each Trove Experience leaves you enriched with meaningful moments to collect for your very own treasure trove.
Shubhi Sachan is a multidisciplinary designer, consulting for various companies. In 2014, she graduated with M.A. in Material Futures at Central Saint Martins’ School of Art and Design in London. In the past, Shubhi has worked as a surface designer for brands such as Givenchy, Balmain, Alexander McQueen and Ralph Lauren.
Shubhi embarked on her journey to sustainability after spending six years of working with the fashion/textile industry, and realised that there was a huge disconnect between the production and finished product levels. Shubhi’s current work Material Library of India is focused on remodelling the use of industrial & agricultural waste materials by combining the knowledge and skills of traditional crafts with modern materials, where she is not only proposing the alternative ways to use the materials but also to alter the conventional notion of waste being sent to landfill or incineration units.