A photo carries lot of memories.
Now that digital photos have become so cheap and accessible, a handmade photo can sometimes feel a little more special.
In this Portrait Collage workshop, you’ll learn how to turn a digital photo into
a handmade collage.
You could give it as a gift or keep it as a treat for yourself!
What we will cover?
- Collage technique
- How to dissect and sketch different elements of face, body, clothes and accessories
- Texture making technique using different painting mediums
What to bring
- A memorable picture of yourself or your friend in your phone.
- It will be helpful if you can print it out in a A4 size for tracing purpose (if you’re not
experienced with sketching)
Who will be teaching?
Vivian Qiu (she/her) is a sentimental jewellery designer. She holds a Bachelor (Honours) degree in Fashion Design in RMIT. Her jewellery practice focuses on reflective designing based on emotions, stories, and memories.
She explores a variety of non-traditional materials in her practice, including rice fabric created by herself, recycled electrical wires, treated fabric and so on.
She has been running creative hands-on workshops since 2015. She has worked with Signal, City of Melbourne, Geelong Wool Museum, and Immigration Museum. You can follow her on Instagram.
Image Teachers Own Work
Any other questions or ways we can assist with accessibility? Just email delsi (she/her) at email@example.com