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Sasha's Top Five Picks

Sydney Craft Week's chief change maker Sasha Titchkosky from Koskela selects her five favourite events from this year's festival program.

Mobifold: Playing with flexible forms by STEAMpop at Australian Design Centre, Darlinghurst
STEAMpop and Lisa Giles explore the beauty of the mysterious Möbius Strip. Using patterned paper and your own designs you will be able to twist, turn and fold paper into sculptures or unique wearables. Materials provided, 5 – 8pm.

Sabbia Gallery presents two beautiful glass exhibitions: Nick Mount: This Spring, a solo exhibition by one of Australia’s foremost and internationally-acclaimed contemporary glass artists, alongside Ninuku Arts: New Work in Glass by a group of Indigenous artists located in the furthest communities in the APY Lands of South Australia.

#scomosprayerflags is Tara Glastonbury’s stitched response to the bushfires that devastated large parts of Australia at the beginning of 2020 showing at 107 Projects.

The Meroogal Women’s Art Prize 2020 celebrates the creativity and achievements of female artists across NSW. Take a tour of the house and exhibition presented by Sydney Living Museums.

Upcycling Tee Shirt Embroidery Workshop with Clementine Barnes at East Sydney Community Arts Centre, Darlinghurst
Join artist Clementine Barnes for a hands-on embroidery workshop and create a personalised motif on a tee-shirt! Materials provided, Bookings essential, 10 per workshop, $30/ $20, 1 – 4pm.

Koskela is hosting Woven Together for this year's Sydney Craft Week, an online weaving workshop led by Ngumpie Weaving’s Tegan Murdock, a Barkindtji/Yorta Yorta woman who was taught weaving by her mother and is keen to share her culture and creativity.

 

 



Images: Sasha Titchkosky and Lisa Cahill; Weaving courtesy of Koskela.

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