Monday, May 25, 2015

Exhibition of Quilted Wall Hangings, Limerick





Blooming Bunting presents The Hanging Gardens of Dublin!

Blooming Bunting, is an experimental venture  - trusting in community spirit. Inspired by a belief that everything we do has an impact on our environment, Blooming Bunting invites people to participate and help us create The Hanging Gardens of Dublin, as part of Bloom Fringe 2015.

We are putting a call out, and asking people to join in!
To make/donate a length of Nature Inspired Bunting to help turn a dreary lane
at Dublin Castle (in the city centre) into a bunting filled, nature inspired hanging garden.

The intention for Blooming Bunting is to unite communities, by providing a platform: and presenting a project that everyone can take-part in. Blooming Bunting believes in building a true connection between 'Human-Nature'. It celebrates biodiversity, sustainability, creativity and community spirit.


Doors are NOW OPEN for bunting deliveries! The SOONER the BETTER please!

PLACE: 90 South George’s street, Dublin 2
(The old Marlowe Laundrette. Currently a Green Party pop-up shop)


DATE: Monday 25th – Wednesday 27th
TIME: 9.30am – 6pm


*To help keep track of all donations please label your bunting clearly with your NAME and CONTACT DETAILS.(& any other relevant information you feel relevant)
For further information and any other queries, email info@bloomingbunting.com




Shuttle Tatting Workshop, The Constant Knitter, Dublin

 
 
Rosemary Murphy
The Constant Knitter
88 Francis Street
Dublin 8
087 996 7197

Irish Crochet Lace Workshop, The Constant Knitter, Dublin

 

Rosemary Murphy
The Constant Knitter
88 Francis Street
Dublin 8

087 996 7197

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Textile Print Workshops, Dublin




www.printblock.ie





Felt Classes, Co. Wicklow

 
 
Spring Term - Felt making classes

Every Tuesday morning in Kilpedder (10 mins from Greystones)

Many exciting techniques and textures will be explored in these relaxed
classes.

Time: 10.30 - 1pm
Cost: €25

We start with coffee and cake to get things rolling.

Evening and Weekend Workshops also on request.


Contact Nessa at nessamccormack@gmail.com

makefelt.com

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Craft Residency in Australia

Craft ACT: Craft + Design Centre have an opportunity for an international craft practitioner or designer-maker to undertake a unique artist-in-residency in Australia’s Capital City, Canberra.

In 2015, Craft ACT in collaboration with ACT Parks and Conservation service, is offering one international professional artist a 2-4 week residency at Gudgenby Ready-Cut Cottage in Namadgi National Park located in the Nation’s Capital, Canberra, during August and September 2015. The artist will respond to their experience by creating new works for an exhibition in the Craft ACT Gallery in 2016. The Artist-in-Residence programme expressions of interest are open to professional, practicing craft practitioners and designer-makers who have a demonstrated history of excellence in their practice.

Submissions close 5pm Friday 22 May 2015. To download the submission form and for further information please visit the website or contact Gwenyth Macnamara, Curator of Public Programs via gwenyth.macnamara@craftact.org.au or by phone +66  2 6262 9333.

Further details on Craft ACT: Craft + Design Centre and the Artist-in-Resident programme can be found on the website.

Craft ACT: Craft and Design Centre is the cultural network organisation in the greater Canberra region for all craft media with 40 years of experience. It advocates for the professional craft and design sector and delivers services to support sustainable professional practice.

This is a unique opportunity for an artist to not only experience Australia but to also develop new work to be exhibited internationally. Previous artist to undertake the international residency include celebrated UK textile artist Michael Brennand-Wood and renowned Japanese wood artist Satoshi Fujinuma.

See the Expression of Interest Form and information package together with the 2013/2014 Artist-in-Residence Catalogue to give potential artists an understanding of the programme and the unique location of the residency.

Contact: Gwenyth Macnamara
Telephone: +66 2 6262 9333
Email: gwenyth.macnamara@craftact.org.au
Website: www.craftact.org.au/

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