Borderless Arts TN is doing a very special 7 part workshop to expose participants to fashion design and culture. Participants learn about cultures from every continent and create fashion with a twist. The fashion represents the culture and has a sound element included.

To date, the participants have made scarves for Asian and Native American chokers for North America. On Saturday, the participants worked with Lauren Rudd to make mittens for Antarctica.

This project is support through a grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission with support for the Teapot Diplomat programs coming from Mark and Niki Antonini.