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    Recycled Kimono Accessories

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    Event description

    Join Yumemi to learn ways to turn your fabric scraps into your very own unique accessories. In this workshop, you will be turning Yumemi's precious recycled kimono offcuts into beautiful wearable pieces which you can take home at the end of the day. Materials and equipment will be provided but do feel free to bring your own beads, threads and other pretty things to use.

    You will be able to take home the piece that you make at the workshop.

    Yumemi Hiraki is an Australian-based contemporary artist from Hiroshima, Japan.  After completing her BFA at the Victorian College of the Arts, specialising in Sculpture and Spatial Practice, she has been active as both an artist and arts worker within Melbourne and Hobart.

    Please note, the Thursday night class ticket includes a complimentary shared meal from 8pm-8.30pm, featuring food created during the Iraqi Cuisine workshop. Please advise of dietary requirements at checkout.

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION
    Please arrive on time - or better yet, a little early, as all sessions will start on time. There will be coffee and tea available while you wait, and you may even get to see the results of other workshops!

    There is plenty of parking onsite and the venue is accessible, with accessible toilets. If you have any questions, please email us at events@ccc.tas.gov.au or call 03 6217 9607.


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