Community Mending: Korean Hand-Stitching Workshop !
Thursdays, December 14 & 21, 4:00 p.m.

Check the Enoch Prat Free Library’s website to learn more about details! Click here


Eco Friendly Indigo Art Making Workshop
Date: Saturday, June 3rd
Time: 10:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m
Class Duration: 4 hours (30 mins lunch break)
Location: Blue Light Junction- 209 McAllister Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

This workshop commences with a serene tea time, offering participants the opportunity to delve into the enchanting world of "My Indigo World," a recently published picture book. We will explore the original artworks featured in the book, showcasing two distinctive painting techniques on fabric: hand-stitched shibori and soy paste resist. These techniques have a rich tradition in East Asia, encompassing China, Japan, and Korea.

Participants will immerse themselves in the fundamentals of Korean indigo, which thrives abundantly in Baltimore. The focus will be on mastering hand-stitched shibori and the soy paste resist technique. All necessary dyeing materials will be readily supplied during the session. Each participant is encouraged to bring a small fabric item crafted from natural fibers, providing an opportunity to apply either soy paste or shibori stitching patterns. It's an ideal occasion to personalize short-sleeve t-shirts and tote bags with the magic of indigo dye!

As a token of appreciation, all participants will receive baby indigo seedlings to nurture and cultivate, marking the launch of "My Indigo World." Additionally, signed copies of the book will be available for purchase upon request. This workshop promises a blend of creativity, tradition, and the joy of crafting your own indigo-infused creations.


Youth Storytime, Book Signing, and Indigo Dye Workshop - AM & PM Sessions
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Oak Spring Garden Foundation is pleased to welcome author and natural dye artist Rosa Chang for a Youth Storytime, Book Signing, and Natural Dye Workshop! This 1-hour workshop is well suited for children ages 11 and under, who are interested in listening to Rosa share her story, My Indigo World, which pays tribute to the science and art of growing the indigo plant and making indigo dye. Participants will enjoy storytime in the gardens of OSGF and dye a cloth bandana using the Japanese Indigo plant.

The workshop will begin with a brief introduction to natural dye plants grown at OSGF. Chang will then share some information about her interests and experiences with natural dyes. Each child will receive a signed copy of My Indigo World, a Japanese Indigo seedling, and an Indigo-dyed bandana. The workshop will last approximately 1 hour. Participants will have the option to choose from a morning session (10:30-11:30 AM) and an afternoon session (1:00 - 2:00 PM).


Book Reading & Indigo Dye Demonstration
@ Manor Woods Elementry School in Ellicott City, Maryland

I had such a blessing time with around 250 students of 3rd and 4th grade students at Manor Woods Elementry School in Ellicott City. My little indigo vat, some original illustrations, and copies of My Indigo World came along with me. It was amazing to see how young students are so excited about Korean heritage, diverse cultural aspects of indigo and learn more about the fermentation & oxidation processes when the indigo dyed fabric color turns from yellow to green to BLUE! Receiving genuine compliments from those children made me so happy and to look back why I decided to make the book.


Flower Mart
May 5-6, 2023

I’ll be selling and showcasing my original flower paintings, print goods, and wearable natural dyed items at Flower Mart in Mt.Vernon, Baltimore. Also, I’ll be running a public workshop “Lotus Lantern Making with Natural Pigments” at the Learning Pavillion Stage. I hope to see you there!


Storytime, Signing, & Art Show
6:30-8:00 PM, Thursday May 4
@Snug Books

Come celebrate the release of my debut picture book “My Indigo World: A True Story of the Color Blue”. All ages are welcome for an evening of fun! Enjoy a reading from me, view a selection of my original artwork, get your book signed, and hang out with me. Limited amount of indigo seedlings will be available at the event, too!


I teach natural dyeing workshops in the late March and early April to kick off the springtime. Those workshops will be conducted at OneDo Coffee & Roasters in Canton, Baltimore. 
This is a two-hours session. No experience required and all workshop materials and fabrics are included in the workshop fee.
Complimantry tea & coffee will be served.

Pick a date!
Date: 6 PM - 8 PM on Thursday, March 30, 2023
      6 PM - 8 PM on Thursday, April 6, 2023

Place: OneDo Coffee Roasters
913 S. Lakewood Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224

Fee: $75 per person 

︎ Register via Eventbrite


I am so thrilled to announce about my debut picture book “My Indigo World”. Copies of My Indigo World now available for Pre-order here
Actual copies will be released on May 2nd of this year to celebrate the Asian American and Pecific Islander Heritage Month.


I was invited from an amazing non-profit organization called
A Book A Day as a picture book artist. I did a showcase of my picture book "The Weeping Trees" with original artworks at two public schools (Lea School and Penn Alexander) in West Philadelphia on January 28th and 29th. I'm happy to share some of photos from the meaningful event. Also, please click the link below to see my full interview with the organization. http://abookaday.edublogs.org/guests/

At the Penn Alexander School

At the Lea School

At the Bindlestiff bookstore. A local bookstore in West Philadelphia

CIVITAS: Art Connects New York 2018 Spring Benefit at Paula Cooper Gallery in Chelsea, NY

Brooklyn Art Book Fair 2018
My riso printed zine "Prickles" will be selling at the Brooklyn Art Book Fair through Risolab at SVA! Stop by if you're in Williamsburg area

I Love Playtime, 2018

My natural dyed mushroom installation will be on view at Playtime NY which is one of the largest trade show for Children's and maternity wears. Please check the link for more details!


This is very meaningful participation for me as an artist!
Thank you Cat Del Buono and Art Connects New York to find me!

I'm so glad to announce that "I am not your comfort zone" series has selected by MoCCA excellence show, 2017.https://www.societyillustrators.org/exhibits/mocca-awards

You're all invited for my graduation show at School of Visual Arts!

***WORKSHOP, Spring 2017 ***

Class schedules: 
January 21st, Saturday (1:00-4:00 pm)
February 4th, Saturday (1:00-4:00 pm)
February 25th, Saturday (1:00-4:00 pm)
March 11th, Saturday (1:00-4:00 pm)
March 25th, Saturday (1:00-4:00 pm)

Please register for the class through the link below:

Please register the class through the link below


Every Saturday from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location- 117 Grattan St. Unit 101
Brooklyn, NY 11237
Morgan Ave. (stop on L train)
**Also, flexible schedule available by request.

Morgan Ave stop on L train.
**Also, flexible schedule available by request.