Brunswick kids, Tog and Pini,together with Claire Richie invite you to explore the creative potential of your little bub within a vibrant Artists Studio in Brunswick. This workshop will inspire your child's imagination and senses through paint and play. Prepare to get messy! Ages 2-4
In this one day workshop artist Jessie Rose Ford will guide you through drawing and painting a flower in a realistic botanical illustration style. We will learn basic botany, colour theory and painting techniques using watercolour. All levels of experience are welcome.
Spend a morning with Melbourne artist Dawn Tan! Learn how to use fun watercolour techniques and materials to creatively paint interesting floral and plant specimens provided by the market’s florist, Azalea. Emerald Deli will also be providing delicious bites along the way!
This workshop will introduce participants to design thinking concepts and a brief history of handicrafts in a feminist context. Participants will then be guided through a series of exercises to translate a narrative of their choice to a crafted object.
Bust your fears of pulling and attaching handles! In this hands-on workshop, be guided through techniques of making and attaching handles to your cups and mugs. Walk away with your own cup to keep which will be fired in your choice of stoneware glaze.
Join your Sleepy Sista for a special Crafternoon for people living with PTSD & Narcolepsy and raise awareness about sleep health, community access and inclusion, through an art, craft making, physical theatre and storytelling workshop.
Discover the wonderful world of watercolour with artist Stefan Gevers in a contemporary manner. Work with abstract subjects andpatterns to learn new skills, mix colours and create a number of paintings on the day. For beginners and advanced.
Make a mobile and learn the skills to do it at home! Focusing on Bianca Mavrick’s method of breaking down images into simplified forms, this workshop is a great introduction into working with metal. Think Calder meets Mexican tin foil art meets Picasso guitar sculptures.
Print a headscarf you can take home and wear! Designer Abbey Rich will guide you through all aspects of the cut stencil process, from designing, through stencil cutting, to printing your design.
Assemble Spaces is a place to creatively come together, learn new skills, have fun and walk away feeling inspired. Bringing together local makers to share their knowledge, skills and passion with you across our bespoke workshops programme.
In this workshop Jessie Rose Ford will guide you through the process of painting a realistic leaf. Beginning with drawing, you will learn skills in observing tonal variation, mixing greens and how to paint shine and detail using watercolour. All levels of experience are welcome.
Developed in Japan over 40 years ago, Saori is an exciting way of weaving which allows anyone to spontaneously create unique hand woven cloth. Using weaving looms and a variety of yarns, participants can choose to make a scarf, bag, wall art or table mat.
Brunswick kids, Tog & Pini and Claire Richie invite you to explore the creative potential of your little one within a vibrant Artists studio in Brunswick. This workshop will provoke your child's imagination and senses through paint and play. Prepare to get messy!!! Ages 2-4.
Make your own silver ring in this one day workshop, with jeweller Jeanette Dyke. Set in her stunning studio in the creative environment of Montsalvat Arts Centre. Everything is provided; silver, tools, you don't have to bring a thing! No prior experience required.
Learn basket weaving with Wadi Wadi, Yorta Yorta, and Ngarrindgeri artist, Glenda Nicholls. Use natural twine to weave your own basket to store treasured items, decorated with ochre, feathers and beads. Ages: 6 - 8 (10.30am - 12pm) and 7 - 10 (2pm - 3.30pm)
Visit our studio and make your own beautiful glass artwork. Screen print a coaster or mini plate, try some flameworking over a torch, or cut and shape a glass design for fusing. We supply the materials and tools. You just bring your creativity and enthusiasm!
Escape to the High Country and learn to throw on the potter’s wheel with Wendy Jagger. Create your own collection of functional beakers and bowls, enjoy a delicious lunch with alpine views and receive your glaze fired work a few weeks later. No experience necessary!
Join us at Work-Shop over the month of August for a range of crafty workshops - ranging from Sustainable Basket Weaving and Candle Making, to Resin Jewellery and Textile Weaving.
Enjoy the satisfaction of weaving your own cloth! This comprehensive introductory course guides you in the use of a 4 shaft table loom. Cost includes sample yarn and the hire of a loom to take home between classes. No previous experience required.
Learn the art of watercolour painting with artist Elizabeth Barnett. Elizabeth will guide you through some watercolour basics, including what materials to use, how to mix colours and developing your own style. Create a still life scene based on beautiful pieces from Guild of Objects!