染色クリエイターの小倉和さんは、 日本の伝統技法である染色を、 新たな表現で発信するアーティスト達の集うテキスタイルブランド 「TSUNE」 を立ち上げました。染色の様々な見せ方や発信方法、アートとテキスタイル、芸術と文化の暮らしとの交わりについて、たっぷりお話ししてくださいます。
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