Rediscover the fun and vivid results of the vintage process tie dye. Revamp some tired or wanting clothing or just bring colour and design into neutral fabrics.
Japanese fabric Shibori involves lots of repetitive folds and produces astounding effects. Our play with Paper Fold and Dip Dye will give us insight into this ancient craft.
King George Gardens Wangaratta 14 April 2018 10-.30-2.30 with Jacqueline Coupe
Eco printing – what is it?
Eco printing is extracting colours from natural materials. In this GANEAA workshop with Maggie Hollins you will collect wind fallen leaves, learn the basics of eco printing and create eco printed fabric that can be incorporated into your art works. The venue will be at the beautiful Winton Wetlands.
For more information follow link below.
GANEAA is a sponsor of Beechworth Spring Arts exhibition and therefore has a reduced entry fee of $10 for this exhibition.
Spring Art Entry Form
Enrich your visit to The Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues on November 3-5 by visiting all the venues on this art map too.
Where the Rivers Meet 2017 Entry Form
All entry forms must be returned by July 14th 2017.
The ephemeral installation of a Giant Rainbow Serpent (below) was created by GANEAA artist David Godkin & embellished by the children & adults of the Wangaratta community around the Elders Rock at Apex Park in May.
All who witnessed will agree it was a beautiful piece of community art!
Don’t miss the next GANEAA members exhibition, being held at the Wangaratta Visitor Information Centre gallery space this June.
Marisa Quigley, Racheal Butler & children from Wangaratta’s Chisholm Street School recently composed and performed their song ‘Bullawah Trail’ at The Elders Rock for GANEAA’s official opening of the Giant Rainbow Serpent Ground Drawing.
The students worked with Marisa & Racheal to write this wonderful song based on the Dreamtime Stories from Uncle Freddie Dowling’s book Granpa Milawa Stories. It’s a ripper & we hope they record it!
Click Here to Watch the video of the performance
Eco dyeing is extracting colours from natural materials.
In this GANEAA member only workshop with Maggie Hollins you will collect wind fallen leaves, learn the basics of eco dyeing and create eco printed paper that can be incorporated into your art works. The venue will be at the beautiful Winton Wetlands. During the afternoon The Friends of Winton Wetlands will give a brief talk on the wetlands.
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