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Date: Saturday, July 20, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: Charli Wagner's Home

On hands with Rupa Trivedi, founder of Adiv Pure Nature! Take advantage of this rare opportunity to learn from the master about natural dyeing created from herbs, temple flowers and recycled organic waste. This will be a very intimate group, limited spots available.

  • Each person will receive a kit with supplies needed for dyeing, including a scarf (cotton and silk). All materials are sourced directly from India.
  • 5 hours surrounded by natural beauty on the lake property of Charlie Wagner in Mound/Minnetrista, MN who was fortunate in taking a class with Rupa 2 years ago and has graciously offered to host this workshop with Rupa!
  • You’ll also have an opportunity to harvest flowers from Charlie’s lovely garden and spend time with Rupa.

11:00 – 11:30   Artist Conversation & Mingling

11:30 – 1:30     Workshop

1:30 – 2:00     Simple Vegetarian Lunch

2:00 – 5:30     Workshop Continues & Wrap Up


Rupa Trivedi

Rupa Trivedi is the founder of Adiv Pure Nature, a 10 year old venture based in Mumbai. She creates sustainable, green fashion through the waste recycling method making natural dyes from herbs, flowers, and recycled organic waste. 

Her passion project, is called the “Temple Flower Project,” and it’s absolutely inspiring. Rupa has created her work out of the flowers given to the temples in India. Instead of letting these flowers go to waste, she has figured out a way to gather these flowers from the temples, which would normally be disposed of. She up-cycles them to make beautiful scarves and garments from the natural dyes available in these flowers. Rupa works with many designers around the world to share her passion for green fashion.

Rupa was selected to be a part of the book, True Colors: The World Masters of Natural Dyes & Pigments.

Sharing the love and admiration for traditional natural dyes and embracing its contributions towards a sustainable future. All you need to know about natural dyeing from artisans across the globe in one book.

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