Felting workshop with Jess Forster
Saturday 20 January 2018. 10am - 4pm
In a one day workshop, participants will explore the incredible properties and creative potential of natural fibres. We will learn about the ancient craft of felting - the process in which natural fibres are transformed into a thick fabric material. Participants are encouraged to come with a source of inspiration from nature, as they will be creating unique individual artworks of their own. The artworks will be created using both two-dimensional and three-dimensional felting skills learnt throughout the workshop. The workshop explores the idea of 'pushing the material' - questioning how we view and utilise natural fibres. The workshop is about blending the boundaries of art, craft and design - all with the underlying currents of sustainable and ethical practices. $60 per person
Trip to see the Archibald at MAMA in Albury
Monday 22 January 2018 - 8am
We're planning a day trip to Albury on Monday 22 January 2018 to see the Archibald - who wants to come? Please let us know by 20 December & we'll book you a seat (Spaces are limited). TIME: Bus will depart the Gallery at 8am and will be back by 6pm. COST: $40 per person. Includes: Return trip, entry to Gallery, scintillating art chat, vino & nibbles on the way home. Please bring your own lunch or there are also plenty of cafes to choose from. ***Please note - the Gallery will be closed from 22 December until 17 January 2018 so we would like to finalise numbers before the Christmas break. Please get in touch if you have any queries.
Electronic Music Production workshop - Ironing Maidens
Tuesday 23 January 2018, 10am - 1pm
The workshops are designed for skills development and personal arts/music empowerment. The workshops will cover a range of topics, including but not limited to: Electronic Music Production (EMP) using Ableton Live, the history of women in the EMP environment, maximising our personal technical skill and music production potential, what it means to create an inclusive EMP, music and arts environment/industry. Participants can expect to come away from this workshop with a basic understanding of electronic music production, with no prior experience necessary.