SEED TO FIBRE MAKERSPACE
.In the KADU Color Garden we grow our own craft materials and art mediums for Seed to Fibre, Palate to Plate, and Seed to Fabric activities. You can find us a local Community Center's and Gardens, Farmer's Markets, Seed to Market Education Garden's, Edible School Gardens, Earth Day Events and more...
WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF THE UNWOVEN WHERE EVERYTHING IS NOT SEWN
Learn about the art of textiles and unwoven fiber at the Seed to Fibre Studio located in Savannah& Atlanta Georgia.
Connect with The Seed to Fibre Textile Art Program through Morningstar Cultural Art and Oatland Island Wild life Center in Savannah
Visit our New! Makerspace we have collaborated with Kids All Dressed Up at North Dekalb Mall in Decatur, Ga.
FARM TO SCHOOL AND NUTRITION MONTH
Participate in Farm to School activities with our Farm Sponsor, Coke Farms and KADU Color Garden. Learn how to be a Champion of Change and participate in Harvest of the Month. Also, Be a Golden Radish winner with Georgia Organics Farm to School Gardens.
FOSTER CLASSROOMS AND HABITATS
Foster a Garden and/or Habitat activity as we kick off this year learning about the art of making textiles, exploring museums and participating in events that showcase textiles, fibre and art all around the globe.
Trekaroo with us as we find trails and routes that lead us to find treasures in our favorite parks, places and communities in America.
Learn about the elements of art and principles of design as you learn to cultivate your own crafts, make art mediums, grow your creative skills and develop your passion as a skilled craftsperson, artisan and designer.
QUESTION: Does food coloring made from onion skins taste like onions?
The answer is NO. Try boiling some onion skins and see how the color is extracted from the skin to make an ingredient that changes the color of your frosting.
Seed to FIbre Assemblage for this Community Service Group at Wonderroot.
Everything Not Sewn Includes Wool & Silk
Question: Can you make color dyes from insects?
Answer: Yes and some sea creatures to. Natural Color Dyes are found in plants, insects, and sea animals. Do you know the scientist name for someone who studies Tree's and Insects?
Learn Where Silk Comes From
Get Creative with Fine Arts, Garden and Textile Art with The Seed to Fiber Textile Art Program.
Look for Us at Sheep to Shawl & During Farm to school Month
KADU Color Garden
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