Coiled Vessels

date
22
.
Sep
.
time
10-4pm
duration
6 hours
price
$220
place
Clifton School of Arts

Learn the basic principles of the ancient (and addictive) technique of coil weaving using different types of wool, fibre and thread – In this full day workshop you'll learn how to begin and complete a coil woven vessel.

Mel's way of teaching is enjoyable and comfortable, She'll have you creating mini masterpieces in no time.

All materials are provided, although if you have some special fabric, wool, beads etc that you would like to work with, you are welcome to bring them along...

Teacher
Melinda Young

Mel Young is an established contemporary jeweller whose practice spans exhibition work and studio production jewellery. She primarily engages with the idea of ‘place’ and explorations of materiality, with an emphasis on found, natural or re-purposed materials as vehicles for narrative. She has a particular interest in low-tech making, and a passion for hand-making string (or cordage). Mel is a firm believer that a great deal can be done with very little, as such her work explores and incorporates elements from a broad range of craft practices including textiles. Her skills in coil weaving and cordage creation are astonishing, Mel is always twiddling away at something!


Follow Melinda’s creative journey via Instagram: @unnaturaljeweller

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