26 Dec '16, 8pm

If you watched "Moana" and are curious about the tapa cloth they used

Natural paper-like eco-textile from the South Pacific created from beating the inner bark of a mulberry tree. b: Paper-like in texture, the fabric is colored with natural dyes and painted with tribal designs and then used as decorations, wall-hangings, and even wedding and ceremonial costumes. c: Native cultures in Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, and other Polynesian islands still hand-make tapa and use it in their everyday life, and some designers now are even using the textile to create more traditional clothing.

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/tapa-handmade-cloth-made-from-th...