FEEDBACK FRIDAY: Ayobami Adeyemo - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
audio is not working, I have to use other computer. sorry
Here with Baltimore pride for Ayo! Thank you, Botanical Colors!
Yes Baltimore solidarity!
cannot see him
can you put the speaker on center screen?
I am only seeing Kathy’s beautiful frozen face?
You can set it to Speaker View
i see him in the center fine
I can see him just fine
I see Kathy,frozen screen
i se ayobami
it’s ok for me...
See him now?
helen kennedy pdx
we are only seeing Kathy. is this correct?
I can see see him
No. His screen is black
I see Kathy
Put zoom on speaker view
I can see Ayobami spotlighted
can’t see a thing!
No - now my screen is black
I see him
Kathy is featured
i can see it fine
No images at all
No problem here
Ayobami, can you please spell the word for “family cloth”? Thank you
I had to pin his view
Mine is fine - pin Ayobami
Not even Kathy
i saw him while he was speaking
Sure Neva "Aso Ebi"
yes, as am i
you can pin video of Ayobami from your desktop
I can’t see anything….screen totally blank.
I have had to pin speaker
Speaker view is working for me
I’m going to leave and come back. can’t see a thing
I had to spotlight the speaker on my own screen by clicking on his small image.
the textile behind him is a white blur
everyone can press the pin button on ayo's block to spotlight him
power outage problems? internet has been wonky the past few days...
For those who can't see Ayobami spotlighted try double clicking his grid.
I left netting signed back in and now I can seee.
So how is it made
The textiles in the back?
We have been so enriched by your participation in the natural dye community, Ayo! Thanks to Omolara for making the connection.
So true! No-one is self-made! We exist in relationship. Thank you for speaking to that, Ayo!
Love that! No one is self made! Certainly true!
Makes me think of the African American Quilters of Baltimore mantra: Each one, teach one!
Each one teach one!
Each one, teach one! Love that!!!
You too Deb thank you so much for when I was sick!!!
I just read the Power of the Weave by Tanaka Yuko…full of info about textiles and new perspectives (for me, at least)….
that is so beautiful
Are all the fabrics you’re overdying traditional Nigerian?
What’s your background? schooling, heritage
is the technique called Karamatsu?
Can you speak about how. You feel about other cultures (white, for example) using Nigerian fabrics in their work? I made a quilt with Nigerian fabrics and now wonder if it was inappropriate..it was a gift - I didn’t make money from it but I DID make “brownie points”.lol.
Is the book, “Adire Cloth in Nigeria” edited by Jane Barbour and Doig Simmonds?
Not touched, not worn…and not replicated?
I hope that question made sense… what I am interested in is the idea of a modern designer taking the sacred style (which I would find wrong to do)
Thank you so much! I will go read your thesis!!! (I am teaching at uOttawa and am trying to addresss these issues with my students but I am learning to understand different perspectives as well!!)
AH! I love seeing this!
Such a beautiful Image!
What a beautiful photograph
Sorry I'm late but so happy to be here Ayo!
Is aso ebi preserved and stored away after significant events?
thank you for sharing your story.
my mother made several versions of mother/ daughter dresses
Is colour something that is significant to family or community patterns In cloth?
ayo can you speak on your history of teaching youth and your personal apprenticeship program, how that might tie into your work as well?
The history of wrapping in different cultures is fascinating! I am just learning about it now….
Is there a structured communication system to get everyone in the same clothing?
Isn’t red/black/yellow a common combination?
Maybe that combination of red/black/yellow is for exports? Hmmmmm
I was taught to use but not abuse family antiques. I think wearing modern sneakers with the traditional garb is a great adaptation and good to cary tradition forward.
I apologize if this was already talked about, but is there a Nigerian version of how we wear kilts in Scotland? like different families belong to different clans so we have different tartan patterns for every clan. is there anything similar to that in Nigeria between different tribes?
Thanks, Amy… it’s Knee-Vah :)
Wow. So beautiful.
what a beautiful photo
Can we see photos of Ayobami’s embroidery?
Love the wedding photo - thanks for sharing that
I thought about Scots tartan, too…
so great to hear from you on your life and how you've grown as an artist, Thanks Ayo!
Ayobami’s GoFundMe here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-ore-mi-get-an-embroidery-machine?utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=customer
thank you very much
Where is the link?
I appreciate your energy, effort and time so much with Feedback Fridays and how you help build community, and connect people with each other and with opportunity!
Thank you, Ayo!!!! Rock on!
Thank you all so much!!!
You're the best Ayo <3 <3
So great to learn more about your practice Ayo, really enjoyed this <3
Thank you so much! What is your website and instagram?
Thank you for a sharing your inspirational story
This was brilliant, thank you so much Ayo!
wonderful presentation, thank you!
Thanks so much. Very interesting. Good luck.
Thank you for sharing your story!
Website: Oremi.usIG: @oremi.us
Good luck and thank you!
link to Ayobami,s website?
I will have the store working soon!
Everything is here: https://botanicalcolors.com/2021/02/12/rsvp-feedback-friday-ayobami-adeyemo/
Thank you Ayo and Kathy and Amy - supporting one another when we can is important and I will help.
Thank you for sharing your story. It’s good to be pointed in the direction of what you do and what you need to go forward effectively. Wishing you the best and I will go to GoFundMe. Thank you again Kathy and Amy.
link to Ayobami’s website?
Hello! Amy! Sorry I was late today but glad that still made it
So wonderful to hear your story. Thank you so much.
For the clothes
Everyone please pledge at LEAST $15 for their GoFundMe. I can personally attest to how dedicated Ayo is to deepening, sharing and growing his practice.
That's why I love you!!!
Thank you Botanical Colors folks for hosting!!!
Thank you ! This was inspiring….(again)
Thank you, Ayo, for sharing your journey with us!
thank you all!
wonderful presentation beautiful fabric. Thank you
Thank you so much for another inspiring presentation!
New book: https://botanicalcolors.com/shop/gifts/le-cahiers-de-couleurs-dantoine-janot-workbook-antoine-janots-colours/
Thank you for everything, have a great week.
The Tacoma Historical Society shared some memorial photos today
Sulfur Cosmos up on the site: https://botanicalcolors.com/shop/natural-dyes/specialty-raw-dyes/sulfur-cosmos-flowers/
Thank you for helping us be aware of this day’s significance for the Japanese American community and all of us, Kathy! Thank you all!
Natalie Stopka on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nataliestopka/?hl=en
Where dot the sulphur cosmos come from?
Thank you Kathy, Amy and Ayobami!!
thank you all!!! wonderful