Invasive Flower Pounding Workshop | With Charise Folnovic & CSISS 

Join us for a unique and educational experience at our “Invasive Flower Pounding Workshop” in collaboration with the Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society (CSISS). This multifaceted workshop will be led by the talented Charise Folnovic & Jess Booth! Discover how invasive plants can be repurposed into art, turning a conservation challenge into a source of inspiration.

🔸 July 15th, 9am – 11am
🔸 Open to teen & adults over 12
🔸 Meet at the greenbelt, Kovach Park entrance at 8:50am (Skate park)
🔸 $10 Per Person
🔸 Please bring a hat and a water bottle, all other materials will be provided

Learn how to transform invasive plant species into beautiful designs through the technique of flower pounding, or “Tatakizome”. Delve into this ancient Japanese technique which uses hammers or mallets to release the natural pigments from flowers and leaves. Every student will leave with extra knowledge about local invasives and a collection of stunning botanical imprints.

Bookings can be made via the Revelstoke Art Gallery website:

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