with Aly de Groot
Weave and manifest your hopes and dreams for positive change. Learn new skills or expand upon existing knowledge to explore the use of several basketry processes used throughout the world. Use unexpected and surprising materials with a focus on recycled and sustainably sourced fibres, including upcycled plastic and clothing and marine debris obtained from local beaches. Develop an understanding of what materials work best with which contemporary basket making techniques and why. Investigate and challenge the definition of basket so as to cultivate an appreciation of the boundaries involved within the discipline with the intention of bending and redefining these confines to make your own one-of –a kind basket or woven sculpture.
Sunday, 18 October
1pm to 5pm
Suitable for beginners/intermediate/advanced
Please wear closed-toe footwear and comfortable clothing. All materials are supplied, however participants can bring special old clothing and fabrics to up-cycle.
Minimum class size 5, maximum 10. Class subject to cancellation due to insufficient bookings in which case fees paid will be refunded. Full student refunds can be issued up to 7 working days prior to commencement, however individual classes will not be refunded due to nonattendance.
Tactile Arts members can access their workshop discount by entering MAKINGSHIFT MEMBER into the discount code field at the checkout.
Tactile Arts is committed to providing a safe work environment in all studios. A Northern Territory Government approved COVID-19 Safety Plan has been implemented and includes physical distancing and health and hygiene measures for all studio users.