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Nina Vichayapai | Instructor at Camp Craftaway 2024

Nina Vichayapai

Nina Vichayapai

Nina Vichayapai is a visual artist whose work explores the meaning of home and belonging. From creating sculptures out of hand sewn textiles to planting a garden made from seed paper wishes for the earth, she explores many different mediums to create work that reflects her relationship to identity and place. 

Her work has been shown with local institutions such as the Tacoma Arts Museum, the Bellevue Arts Museum, and the Henry Art Gallery. She has additionally been publicly commissioned by cities across Washington to create public artwork. Born in Bangkok, Thailand, she graduated from the California College of the Arts in 2017 and currently lives in the Pacific Northwest.


Saturday, August 3 at 4:15 PM

In this workshop, we will explore the idea of rootedness while also learning how to make seed paper. Using native wildflower seeds, the seed paper created in this workshop can be planted at a later date to grow into flowers that are great for the local environment.