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Baltimore Dye Initiative's Indigo Shade Map - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy DuFault
53:56
The chat is open if you want to start putting questions in here :)
Christopher Renfro
54:12
how can I participate?
Kate Ellis
54:14
What timeline does your indigo shade map cover?
Caroline Green
54:17
Q for Rosa: How do you know which areas use which indigo plant? Do you do chemical testing, is it based strictly on historical research?
Nancye Bonomo
54:26
What defines indigo? Is it the color? The plant?
Kate Ellis
54:45
For example, is Stoney Creek on your map?
Anita Fleming
55:05
What indigo plant are they growing in Baltimore?
Christopher Renfro
55:06
eva do you know of any research done on slaves that grew indigo in America? any techniques or practices?
paola
55:06
Gracias 😊
helen k
55:30
very valuable. any plans for doing this with madder.
Rebecca maria Goldschmidt
56:09
Thank you all so much for sharing - wondering how conversations about slavery & exploitation were managed within the group? Any techniques or moments for community care that were effective or helpful in supporting transparency and dialogue?
Eloise Twilight
56:12
This is wonderful ~ thank you ALL so much
Kate Ellis
56:14
Does it include contemporary examples?
Anne Aycock
56:56
I have quite a bit of indigo growing in my dye garden, I'd like to make it to store, is the indigo ball in Ayobami's slide difficult to make?
Susan Torntore
57:21
Are you looking particularly at indigo plant practices? How much have you looked at/incorporated the cultural uses/meanings of indigo?
Wendy Melillo
57:25
To Rosa and the other panelists: How successful have you been at getting your research published in academic publications and mainstream publications?
Aleksandra Azbel
57:29
Do we have any plants containing indica, native to our continents? I have heard of “wild indigo” in our forests but have never tried working with it. Is there anyone investigating this?
Sydni Gause
57:47
I second Rebecca Maria Goldschmidt’s question.
Deb McClintock
58:45
Will you separate out historical use versus current use?
Jan Barbieri
58:48
Has there been much investigation of Woad dye-ing in Europe?
Debbie Mitchener
59:05
Thank you very much - very interesting and wonderful idea. Will look at the map. All the best Debbie
Christopher Renfro
01:00:11
thank you!
Deborah George
01:00:42
Can we buy the indigo plants to grow at home? If so, where? And what would be good to try to grow on Whidbey Island in the Puget Sound, PNW?
Anne Decker
01:03:41
This was very interesting. How much investigation have you done in Egyptian and Sudanese indigo usage?
Rebecca maria Goldschmidt
01:05:03
mahalo! thank you so much
helen k
01:05:40
amy just answered my question about books. thanks.
Victoria Pass
01:07:24
Thank you so much for sharing this project and the map!
Aleksandra Azbel
01:09:30
It would be awesome to see a layer of time in the map (like the time scroll in google maps) so we can see how the different varieties move through the globe and how its cultivation declined and is now re-surging
Eva Sailly
01:10:55
Thank you for the suggestion Aleksandra!
Laura Torrisi
01:11:05
Thank you everyone this was wonderful
Britt Boles
01:12:29
Congratulations, on an incredible project! It's so impactful see the seed-source-plant mapping, do you have any plans to print/compile a book?
Lael Rathje
01:13:00
thank you all so much! so amazing
deborah barker
01:13:00
Thanks for a wonderful and inspiring presentation.!
Polly Furr
01:13:22
Thank you all very much! Really well conceived and executed, and we wouldn’t have heard about it otherwise.
Dalyn Huntley
01:13:26
thank you everyone for a great presentation.
Lorenza Wong
01:13:28
Truly incredible! Thank you for sharing and doing this research. Incredible!
Christina Day
01:13:30
Lovely presentation all! Proud of the MICA team for this!
Susan Cooper
01:13:40
Terrific presentation, thank you so much!
Brece Honeycutt
01:13:40
Thank you so much for such an informative presentation.
Ruthanne Edward
01:13:43
Great session. Thank you.
Terri Van Sleuwen
01:13:44
amazing project...excited to see where you go with it
Nancye Bonomo
01:13:52
Thank you! This was great.
Sydni Gause
01:13:53
such a good presentation, thank you MICA!
Samantha Verrone
01:13:56
Thank you all - really enjoyed this exploration into indigo.
Anne Aycock
01:14:01
Brilliant, such a wonderful project thank you!
Susan Torntore
01:14:01
Incredible and very inspirational project and presentation. Thank you!
Mickey Mariash
01:14:35
Thank you so much for sharing this information. It's great that this work is going on.
Deb McClintock
01:14:59
just for folks info that want to grow, on Facebook a grower’s group exists “Indigo Pigment Extraction Methods” recommend you join and check it out for info.
Claudia Zanvit
01:15:04
Thank you very much, great work!!!
Piper Shepard
01:15:09
Congratulations Everyone! Beautiful and moving presentation! Thank you!
Peter Redgrave
01:15:15
thank you for sharing this inspiring work🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Rebecca maria Goldschmidt
01:15:19
Thank you so much for this!! <3 <3 <3
kristine woods
01:15:22
Super interesting! Great to see some of the intercultural connectors again. You brought such amazing energy to the fiber dept at MICA!
Piper Shepard
01:15:25
Thank you for hosting this Kathy and Amy!
Amabelle Diaz
01:15:35
Thank you!
Lael Rathje
01:15:43
Thank you!
Laura Hacker
01:15:45
Thank you so much for all the great information!
Anette Rega
01:15:52
thank you so much
czarina den ouden lobo
01:15:55
THANK YOU!!
gretchen morrissey
01:15:56
Thanks!! Great presentation!!!
Kimberly Motte
01:15:56
Thank you!
paola
01:16:04
muchas gracias a todos saludos desde Colombia 🇨🇴
Linette Floyd
01:16:17
thank you!