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This four hour workshop is perfect for beginners and ages 12 and up. We will go through two simple macrame techniques to wrap your chosen gemstone, and also look at braiding and fastening techniques to complete your very own necklace. The perfect way to display a special stone and keep it close to your heart. Workshop fee includes Macrame cord, gemstones, tape and cups of tea! Suitable for ages 12+ years.
Saturday 10 October, 9:00AM – 2:00PM
During this workshop you will learn about the practices associated with Maori art, creating your own contemporary Toki bone carving, complete with binding and adjustable cord. You will be introduced to a massive new technical skill set through a design process that uses grinders, drills, wet and dry sanding and polishing tools. You will also learn binding and lashing traditions used throughout Polynesia.
Learn about the practices associated with Māori arts whilst creating a marama (moon) taonga in this one day workshop. Using diamond wheels, drills, wet and dry sanding, and polishing tools, participants will get to create a Marama pendant. Traditional Polynesian braiding and lashing techniques will complete the pendant ready to wear in this contemporary Tikanga based workshop. Suitable for ages 12+
Everyone loves beautifully scented candles right? Make the whole experience better by burning them in your very own handmade vessel or holder. In this workshop you can make candle stick holders, small vessels or tea light holders the scope is unlimited but the time is not! Make and decorate all in a day. They will make fantastic gifts to give or keep. Candle equipment & wax not included.
Food in a bowl; it’s right on trend and that’s because food just tastes better in a bowl! Come and make six, one of a kind bowls to pop your overnight oats, poached pears or sassy summer salads in. Roll, cut, make, decorate… and they are ready for firing and glazing. Eloise will guide you through the hand-building process, teaching you tips and tricks to help you and your bowls shine!
A great intro to clay: yes, you CAN make your own set of gorgeous, unique dinner or side plates… in a day! Roll them out, let them sit, form the edges and decorate… and they are ready for firing and glazing. Eloise teaches a variety of hand-building and slab rolling techniques and will inspire heaps of creative ideas!
This course is designed to suit all skill levels in a fun friendly environment. Beginners will be guided through making a simple ring band and then move on to designing and making a pendant or earrings incorporating basic skills and techniques and becoming familiar with jewellery hand tools and other workshop equipment. More advanced and returning students continue working on their own designs under Tania’s guidance and will be introduced to new techniques which they will be encouraged to use in their next project. Be as creative as you dare!
Starter packs cost $50 and further materials can be purchased as needed during the course.
Learn or develop your knowledge of the basics, from copper foil to lead lighting, while you work on your own stained glass project. Beginners are taught glass cutting techniques while making fantastic objects. Materials and equipment costs vary. Beginners buy a materials $15 pack for their first two small projects payable to the tutor on the first night.
Talented local potter, Raewyn, teaches coiling & slab building; pinch pots; working with moulds & experimenting with different styles, textures and finishes. Create sculptural pieces or useful domestic ware. (Wheels are available). Fees cover material for an initial piece. More clay can be bought later in class.
This introduction to the fascinating and beautiful art of glass fusing will teach you how to safely cut glass and then, using hot glass and diachroic glass, make jewellery of your own design. If there is time, we will also create a unique coaster for your cuppa or glass of tipple. All materials and tools are provided.