Be guided through a colourful, interdisciplinary journey that will see you create a sustainable multimedia collection of coil woven forms; artworks for the wall, bowls, jewellery, sculptural pieces that will tap into your natural sense of artistic expression and individual aesthetic of creating. Start with an ‘active’ and fast-paced set of expressive mark-making sessions to help you understand and connect with your creative mind, playing with colour, abstraction and movement. Learn how to design your own textile print on fabric - using your mark-making drawings as inspiration. The final sessions will be spent exploring textured, multi-layered coil woven forms, compiled from an array of colourful materials, some may include your own textile fabrics, natural fibres from the landscape, raffia, rope, recycled fabric, wool, plastics and cotton to create a body of work that tells your own personal woven story.
Michele Morcos is a multimedia visual artist with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a BA Honours in Art Theory. Michele has exhibited her work widely in solo shows and group exhibitions, has been selected as a finalist for major art prizes, including The Brett Whitely Art Scholarship and the Mosman Art Prize and has completed a number of artist-in-residence programs in Australia and overseas. Michele has taught extensively, including at Macquarie University, The Australian Design Centre and Sturt. www.michelemorcos.com Instagram: tinytrappings
Level: All | Cost: $765 + 50 materials + pay tutor
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