Craft classes

Rice Clay Sculptures with Vivian (Online)

Come and learn how to create a brand new sustainable and organic material from scratch — Rice clay! Rice clay can be made into lots of beautiful objects – from bowls, to sculpture pieces and even jewelry!  Artist Vivian will demonstrate how to mix cooked rice with different fibres to create this unique material as well …

  • 1st Nov, 2021
  • 6:15pm - 7:30pm (AEDT)
  • Online

Queer Cross-Stitch: Pronoun Pride with delsi (Online)

Want to let the world know your pronouns through the cute art of cross-stitch? Or maybe you’d like to learn a new crafty hobby to keep your mind and hands busy during lockdown. Maybe you’re just keen to hang out with a bunch of like minded queers, while we do something cute and chill. Come …

  • 19th Oct, 2021
  • 7:45pm - 9:00pm (AEDT)
  • Online

Creative Collages with Emilie (Online)

Collage is the art of arranging existing images in combination with other elements (wallpaper or text such as newspaper) to create a composite work of art.  It can add depth and interest or be used to tell a story.  It has been used for hundreds of years and made a resurgence in the early 20th …

  • 20th Oct, 2021
  • 6:15pm - 7:30pm (AEDT)
  • Online
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Macrame Wall Plant Hangers with Courtney (Online)

Join us for this cosy lockdown beginner macrame workshop. Come and learn how to make a gorgeous macrame plant hanger that you can hang up on your wall! It is a unique design compared to the normal plant hanger style, which combines techniques from a wall hanging and a plant hanger project. What will we cover? …

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Personalise Your Clothes using Embroidery with Fran (Online)

While you are chilling at home why not learn how to customise your own clothing with hand embroidery! In this beginners class, Fran will take us through the basic stitches, materials and fabrics you can use on your clothes. We’ll practice a little and then attempt to personalise a piece of clothing with some simple …

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SOLD OUT – Printmaking for Beginners: Milk Carton Printing with Emilie (Online)

If you visit galleries in Australia and around the world, you will often see prints made by artists using engraved copper or zinc plates.   You can do this at home but with an easy hack – using milk cartons or juice boxes! In this workshop you will learn how to design an image for printmaking, …