Loretta Moy, Feasting, 2022


Feast is a collaborative exhibition celebrating the importance of sharing a meal. It is centred around a long-running community embroidery project, a tablecloth created from an old, monogrammed linen sheet. Exceptional examples of basketry, paper arts, calligraphy, photography, painting and textiles are exhibited upon and around this cloth, all created by the artists and craftspeople based at the Primrose Park Art and Craft Centre. The groups that share the studio space at Primrose Park celebrate all that is handmade and sustainably produced.

In addition to the exhibition, various workshops, demonstrations and free community events will be held at the Centre during Sydney Craft Week for all ages. Please consult our website for information on these activities.

Textile Repair Cafe: Make your contribution to a sustainable economy by repairing, repurposing and reinvigorating your tired clothes and linens!
When: Wednesday October 12 9am-9pm at Primrose Park Art & Craft Centre, Cremorne and Saturday October 15, 11-5, Barometer Gallery, Paddington.

Shoelaces on a shoestring: Learn to weave the most beautiful shoelaces! Using everyday objects to construct portable looms you can weave unique shoelaces to go with those very trendy Doc Martins, runners or lace-ups of your choice. The course will teach you three different ways to create shoelaces which will make the perfect Christmas presents.
When: Sunday 9 October 10am-4pm or Wednesday 26 October 10am-4pm

Details: Opening Night Friday 7 October, 6 – 8pm.
Craft Up Late Wednesday 12 October, 5 – 8pm; see website for events and bookings.
Textile Repair Cafe: Wednesday 12 October 9am - 9pm, Bookings: Call 0415 110 123.
Shoelaces on a Shoestring: Sunday 9 October or Wednesday 26 October, 10am - 4pm, $85pp members/ $110 non members. Booking details: Textiles Sydney



Community, Free event, Fibre Arts, Paper Craft, Textiles

Shoelaces workshop. Photo: Courtesy Textiles Sydney

Top Images (l-r): Fabric For a Feast Community Art Project, 2022. Photo: Jane Theau. Loretta Moy, Feasting, 2022. Photo: Courtesy of the Artist.