RG workshop facilitators introduce their signature salvaged materials as an alternative to traditional macrame materials.
Within the workshop, participants will be shown the ropes, exploring basic macrame techniques to create their own quirky, unique and sustainable plant hangers.
“Brisbane has seen a renewed appreciation for handmade items.” says Workshop Co-ordinator, Nadine Schmoll.
“Taking part in this workshop will allow participants to create their very own one-of-a-kind piece of art, while also treading lightly on the earth by diverting materials from going to landfill.” Nadine says.
The Macrame Plant Hangers Eco-Art Workshop runs on Saturday 22 February from 10:00am – 11:30am. The workshop will be held at Reverse Garbage, 20 Burke St Woolloongabba and is suitable for participants aged 13 years and up. Please note: plants are not provided.
WHAT – Macrame Plant Hanger Eco-Art Workshop
WHEN – Saturday 22 February 2014
TIME – 10:00am – 11:30am
WHERE – Reverse Garbage, 20 Burke Street Woolloongabba.
CONTACT & BOOKINGS – 07 3891 9744 or email@example.com
COST – $25 per person (includes materials, tools and facilitator), please note, payment is due on booking and fees are non-refundable
AGE – suitable for 13 years and up!
MAXIMUM – 15 participants per workshop
FURTHER INFO – www.reversegarbage.com.au
Reverse Garbage Brisbane is a not-for-profit worker run co-operative that promotes environmental sustainability and resource reuse. Reverse Garbage collects high quality industrial discards, diverting them away from landfill and sells them at a low cost to the general public. Established in 1998 to support Friends of the Earth – Brisbane, Reverse Garbage was also set up to provide meaningful and ecologically sustainable employment and to be an example of a truly sustainable enterprise.
Reverse Garbage runs a variety of environment and waste focused art workshops and educational talks and tours to suit every age and group. Their mail order service provides regional areas with access to salvaged materials and Reverse Emporium gallery and gift shop provides local artists, craft workers and designers who salvage, reuse and up-cycle materials an outlet so sell their works and wares.