Ukrainian Eggs, also known as “pysanky,” are a popular craft known for centuries throughout Eastern Europe. The pysanky’s enduring nature and ubiquity is due largely to the fact that it was one of the most accessible means for common folk to create ritual objects, and to record their lives and beliefs. We are thrilled to welcome Sarah Ruppert as she guides us through how to use a kitsky to “write” traditional motifs and symbols using wax resist and dyeing techniques. Sarah will also discuss the regional differences between pysanky and how to choose your own story, intention, or offering to write. You’ll take home two hand-decorated eggs, supplies for continuing the craft at home, and a workbook of designs and inspiration.
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