The IMDI was
created by Miriam C. Rice in 1985 to encourage the use of
Fungal Pigments; to further research on their extraction
and employment; to encourage research and cultivation of
dye fungi; to financially assist artists and researchers
to participate in the international symposia and exhibitions.
your calendars now - October 17-22, 2016!The
17th International Fungi and Fibre Symposium will
be held in Madeira Park, BC (on the Sunshine Coast, a 40-minute
ferry ride from West Vancouver). Join us for a week of dyepots,
forays, and camaraderie with others who share your passion
for mushroom dyeing. Like us at https://www.facebook.com/fungiandfibre2016?fref=ts and
watch for updates at http://fungiandfibre2016.org.
Dyes on the left 3 skeins and Fungi Dyes on the right - samples
from the "Dye your Own" workshop on the last day of SOMA
Camp 2015 where folks brought their own fibers to experiment
with the leftover workshop dyes, and then took home any remaining
dyes for further experimentation.
Photos from the International
Fungi & Fibre Symposium recently held in Estonia will be on this
for Color" Website is sponsored by the International
Mushroom Dye Institute (IMDI), founded
by Miriam C. Rice in 1985 who believed that people throughout
the world would benefit from exploring the full spectrum of
color derived from mushrooms.
for Color Website designed
by Dorothy Beebee © 2015
All rights reserved. (This
IMDI Website page was updated August 10, 2015)