Get dazzled by the intricacy of craft of EAGA’s Master IKAT weavers as they share a pavilion that reveals how context shapes mastery of technology and techniques over natural resources.
Although a shared practice in numerous areas around the world, Ikat weaving of different groups have their own distinct styles and patterns, which commonly reflect the images and colors, meaningful to the people.
The three major kinds of ikat are warp ikat, weft ikat and double ikat. Find out more about this intricate tradition in Budayaw!
Mindanao and Malaysian Cultural Masters
Indonesian School of Davao