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introduction to textiles

Date:
23 - 25 August 2019
Facilitated by:
Ibrahim Al Badareen
Location:
takween creative space, 31 Muath Bin Jabal St., Jabal Amman
About the Workshop

This workshop explores different fabrics and materials in the domain of textiles, and introduces designers to resources, processes, and tools to integrate textiles into their designs. Through a series of visits to different textile facilities, designers will be introduced to local resources for fabric production and printing, as well as learning skills in surface treatment, embroidery, silk screening, and other techniques.

About Ibrahim Al Badareen

Ibrahim Al Badareen has over 30 years of experience working in the field of textiles. Ibrahim’s experience includes working with many local and international factories.  He currently works as a Technical Manager at Garment Design & Training Services Center of the Jordanian Ministry of Industry and Trade. Ibrahim is a certified pattern making trainer at the Burgo Institute in Milan, and holds a certification in Quality Examination from the University of Missouri.

This module is part of the takween learning program, which will be held Between March and June, takween will be offering a learning program, designed according to the creative journey of designers in Jordan. Focused on creative development and experimentation, the workshops offered cover topics in ideation, design and development, representation and storytelling as well as entrepreneurship.

The learning program targets designers in the field of furniture, fashion, craft, product, and graphic design.

  • Dates: 23-25 April 2019, 10am - 5 pm
  • Facilitated by: Ibrahim Al Badareen
  • Location: takween creative space, 31 Muath Bin Jabal Street, Jabal Amman

Application deadline 18 / 4 / 2019

This workshop explores different fabrics and materials in the domain of textiles, and introduces designers to resources, processes, and tools to integrate textiles into their designs. Through a series of visits to different textile facilities, designers will be introduced to local resources for fabric production and printing, as well as learning skills in surface treatment, embroidery, silk screening, and other techniques.

Notes:

  • Seats are limited.
  • Participation is mandatory upon acceptance.
  • Instruction will be in English, bilingual participants accepted
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