ARTS MUSTER for the Blue Mountains: www.artsmuster.com.au | www.facebook.com/ArtsMuster | firstname.lastname@example.org | 0416 104 033. Sign up for the newsletter now to receive the program for April 2020 – workshops will be held Sat/Sun 18-19 April and Mon/Tues/Wed, 20-22 April. FIVE potential days of workshops; take a two-day option, or a 3-day option. Or both. We are also inviting expressions of interest for workshop tutors, market stalls, traders, and other service providers such as a coffee van or massage therapist. Samantha Tannous says: “Our first Muster in October 2019 was an intimate event and a great success. Thank you to all involved. We can’t wait to share the program for next April’s Muster, which will again be held at Korowal School in the Blue Mountains.” Anyone interested in finding out more, or offering their services or support, can contact Samantha Tannous on 0416 104 033 or visit https://www.artsmuster.com.au/ to sign up to the newsletter, follow at https://www.facebook.com/ArtsMuster/ or email email@example.com
The exhibition – A Distant Shore – will be on at the Q Gallery in Queanbeyan from 5-23 November. Gallery hours are 10am-4pm Mon-Fri and 10am-2pm on Saturdays. The artists are Rozalie Sherwood and Steve Tomlin. In this exhibition, the artists explore place and identity and their responses to journeys and dislocation. As a traveller or migrant, their work responds to the familiar and reassuring as well as the uncomfortable and disquieting. Using acrylic, textiles, collage and mixed media, the works explore the mystery, challenges and rewards of travel to places either known or new, whether in Australia, the Congo, England or elsewhere, and how this travel shapes and redefines our perspective and place within the world. The opening by Nancy Tingey OAM is at 5:30pm on 5 November. All welcome.
Two in Tango: This is a combined exhibition of creativity between Ian D Smith, Photographer and Lorraine Parker Textile Artist. The exhibition is at Armidale, NSW at ART (Armidale Art Gallery), 168 Beardy Street, The Mall. The opening is at 6.00 pm, Saturday 2nd November and the exhibition closes 26th November. www.facebook.com/LP2TestileArt/
Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson: Step Into Paradise – Now until 22 MARCH 2020 at the Powerhouse Museum Sydney. Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson: Step Into Paradise is the first in-depth survey that captures the dynamic energy of Linda and Jenny’s creative partnership. It draws on more than four decades of one of the most influential pairings in the history of Australian fashion, examining the influences, inspirations and the compelling stories behind their work. Honoured as Officers in the Order of Australia for their contributions to Australia’s fashion industry, Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson transformed the nation’s fashion and cultural heritage with their pioneering style inspired by Australia’s cultural and natural landscape, melded with their global influences. The exhibition begins with their creative partnership in the 1970s at the Flamingo Park Frock Salon at Sydney’s Strand arcade and the sensational Flamingo Follies fashion parades, branching into their distinctive individual careers through to recent years including Jenny’s costume designs for the Sydney Olympic Games and their collaborations with Australian designers Romance Was Born. Over 150 garments, textiles, photographs and artworks, many unseen, from the Museum’s own extensive collection are brought together with the designers’ personal archives. Highlight pieces on display include artwork from the pair and archival behind the scenes photographs, Jenny Kee’s black opal Chanel suit from Karl Lagerfeld’s first collection in 1983 and Linda Jackson’s iconic Waratah dress. Venue: Powerhouse Museum 500 Harris St Ultimo NSW 2007.
WORKSHOPS with Carole Douglas in Sydney: learn. laugh and love what you do. Get the creative juices flowing this summer in a series of textile related workshops. Whether you want to learn about dyes, stitch or print, string together a beaded story, add to your existing knowledge and skills or relax and enjoy working with your heart, mind and hands I am offering you the opportunity to do so in a friendly, supportive environment. Carole is an accredited trainer and former art teacher and for more than three decades she has exhibited, curated exhibitions, studied dyeing with masters and taught in New Zealand, Canada, India, Spain and Australia. “Now well established at Galleria at Ettalong Beach where I have facilities and space for up to 8 people at a time, I would love to impart my knowledge in a range of workshops over the next few months. From one to three days in duration the workshops will be held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays with some evening options and events. For out of town folk Ettalong Beach Resort is a comfortable, quirky motel within Galleria and offers a discount to my students during term times. With twelve restaurants on site and great daytime cafes we are good to go …. Please note that the cost of each workshop includes materials (within reason), tuition, notes and use of equipment. You may be asked to bring some personal materials such as meaningful cloth, plant matter, objects. I will provide fabric where required, dyes, chemicals, pots etc, threads, digital printing on fabric, beads, findings, buttons, reference and recycled materials. Morning and afternoon teas supplied (please advise of any allergies) and lunch can be arranged at a reasonable cost.Please register your interest by contacting me directly. A deposit will secure your place.” firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Rosie Deacon Fashion Forest Seduction: now until 1 December 2019 at the Wollongong Art Gallery, Sredersas & Mercury Galleries, corner Kembla & Burelli Streets, Wollongong. An interactive explosion of technicolour Australiana, drenched in nostalgia from childhood in the 1990s and summer sentimentality. The installation is an interactive sensory experience, including costumes, wearables, sculpture, sound and video made by the artist and workshop participants. Visitors are encouraged to wear the costumes and glide down the all access catwalk, celebrating their transformation and delighting in the colours and textures of the fashion forest installation.
The highly-anticipated fifth exhibition of untethered fibre artists inc. is Found Narrative, “finding the inner voice in fibre as a metaphor for the unsaid.” In a delightful twist on previous years, curator Jacqueline Schultze has challenged each artist to respond to a work from a previous year, while creating new works that interpret the theme. Found Narrative presents 40 works that are a curious blend of the critical, the sentimental and the visually striking. The artists have delved into personal storylines, revealing in a rich resource of material, both tangible and intangible. Request a tour, bring your school group, and buy a catalogue. Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre, 25 Edgeworth David Avenue, Hornsby. 1-10 November 2019; 10 – 4pm daily.
BLAK Markets: last Sunday of each month at Bare Island, La Perouse Sydney: 9:30am-3pm. The Blak Markets showcase authentic and unique Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and crafts, with all of the profits going back into Aboriginal communities. They are also a great way of purchasing the products and viewing the performances of one of the oldest living cultures in the world.
Sally Campbell is at barometer gallery, 13 Gurner Street Paddington from 3-17 December. Exploring the unpredictable world of natural dyes. Dipping, dyeing, printing and weaving poetic magic into textiles. www.barometer.net.au phone +61 (0)2 93584968. The Gallery is open Wed-Sat, 12noon-5pm.
REFLECTIONS ON FABRIC: An exhibition that includes weaving, tapestry, spinning, dyed fibre, shibori, textile printing and dyed silk jewellery by Liz Calnan, Marie Clews, Sylvia French, Anne Lewis, Barbara Rogers, Sandra Shaw, Dawn Talbot, Lynda Vaculik and Denise Warren. When: 10am-4pm 19-28 November, closes 12pm 29 Nov. Where: Palm House, The Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney.
Australian Design Centre – 101—115 William Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney. Intergradation: Taerim Claire Jeon, Exhibition continues to 13 November. William St Window Gallery. ‘Intergradation is an exhibition of the Jogakbo (Traditional Korean patchwork) work of a Sydney based artist Taerim Claire Jeon who strongly identifies with her Korean heritage.’ Gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 4pm. Australian Design Centre, 101-115 William Street, Darlinghurst.
Irit Dulman: The Australian Workshops Tour 2019: Leaf & Lichen is hosting internationally renowned botanical print and natural dye artist, Irit Dulman to teach in Australia. She has completed her first workshop, and Workshop 2 will be held in the Margaret River area of Western Australia from 5 to 11 November 2019. Bookings: DO NOT CONTACT THE VENUE. Just complete the registration form and return it to Wendy, (firstname.lastname@example.org), then bank details will be provided for your deposit. The venue offers comfortable and clean twin share accommodation, there will be limited single rooms available for an additional fee.
Exhibitions coming up at Gallery 76 (Embroiderers’ Guild NSW), 76 Queen Street, Concord West:
|Getting Ready for the 20’s: Saturday 2 November to Sunday 8 December 2019. Gallery76 is very excited to announce that in November of this year, the Guild will be teaming up with The Cavalcade of History and Fashion for a new exhibition ‘Getting Ready for the 20s’ featuring pieces of embroidered and beaded 1920s wear from both the Cavalcade and Embroiderers’ Guild NSW Collection. The exhibition will include talks and presentations on different aspects of 1920s fashion as well as two related workshops – an introduction to tambour beadings and a make your own 1920s headpiece. In December you can enjoy Education and New Work, an exhibition of textile artworks from: Our Tutors and their students, Creative Correspondence Course years 1, 2 and 3, Introduction to Embroidery Course, Contemporary Stitch and Design Course.
Macarthur Textile Network presents Looking Back, Looking Forward, their biennial exhibition at Campbelltown Arts Centre, from Saturday 20 June – Sunday 9 August 2020. Looking Back, Looking Forward invites Network members to consider how the past influences and informs their future work. The reason for this theme is that Macarthur Textile Network celebrates their10th Anniversary since Camden Council held their first Exhibition, and it’s also Campbelltown’s Bicentenary in 2020. The Exhibition will be in Partnership with Campbelltown Arts Centre for 7 weeks, and will be in the main gallery. In addition to the exhibition you can enjoy a coffee in the Arts Centre Café and a stroll in the Japanese Gardens. Campbelltown Arts Centre, 1 Art Gallery Road, Campbelltown NSW 2560. Open daily, 10am – 4pm. Enquiries: email@example.com
The first major national touring exhibition for the Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre, Manggan – gather, gathers, gathering was created in a partnership between Girringun Aboriginal Corporation from Cardwell in far north Queensland and the South Australian Museum, and is toured by Museums & Galleries Queensland. This exhibition features contemporary artworks by 19 artists from the Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre, together with selected cultural objects drawn from the South Australian Museum (SAM) collection gathered from the Girringun region. Almost half the works in the show are basket forms made either from naturally sourced fibres from the rainforest, or created using found discarded materials like metal fencing wire. It has beautiful examples of both contemporary and traditional basket forms represented. Dates and venues for NSW: Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, NSW: 16 October – 29 November 2020. http://www.magsq.com.au/cms/page.asp?ID=9264
OPEN HOUSE 3rd Tamworth Textile Triennial celebrates the open-ended, porous nature of textiles practice today. It introduces a group of artists who have not previously exhibited in the triennial. All are linked in some way to a sense of broader engagement with things outside of themselves and their studios. Many celebrate the process of belonging that comes from working with other artists, while others take on wide-ranging issues such as the landscape and the environment, and the artist’s place in a world beset by environmental, social and cultural upheaval. Bringing it all together is a kind of openness that comes through exhibiting, talking and creating which can involve both artist and viewer as equal participants. The making process is equally as important as the works themselves, and the conversations while creating and showing create an open house where all ideas and responses are welcome. Tamworth Regional Gallery’s association with textile art dates back to the early 1970s. The Tamworth Textile Triennial, held every three years, showcases the best of textile art from across the country, attracting artist participation from all states in Australia. The ARTISTS for the 3rd Tamworth Triennial are Sally Blake, John Brooks, GhostNets Australia, Gomeroi gaaynggal, ArtsHealth Program, Treahna Hamm, Joy Ivill, Carol McGregor, Rebecca Mayo, Noongar Doll Makers, Community Arts, Network, Raquel Ormella, Julia Robinson, Ema Shin, Jeanette Stok and Meredith Woolnough. Exhibition curator, Glenn Barkley. https://www.tamworthregionalgallery.com.au/ The exhibition is at Orange Regional Gallery, NSW: 8 February – 22 March 2020; Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, NSW: 28 March – 10 May 2020. Exhibition Curator, Glenn Barkley. Read his catalogue essay here: https://keo-cms.appspot.com.storage.googleapis.com/sites/regional-gallery/assets/92041bd7-95dd-4a89-a132-a637ad1a1e82/TTT%20Barkley%20Essay.pdf
The NEXT (4th) Tamworth Textile Triennial, TENSION(S) Performance, Interaction, Material Futures will be launched in Tamworth in August 2020. The curator is Vic McEwan. Tension(s) 2020 acknowledges that the world has long been a place under various tension(s), both harmonious and dissonant. In order to bear witness to, contribute to and respond to these tensions, the triennial will focus on the future of people and place through textile as a material and human experience as materiality.For more information go to: https://www.tamworthregionalgallery.com.au/
Until 1 December 2019 at Tamworth Regional Gallery: EXPLODED TEXTILES. A partnership between the Art Gallery of NSW and Tamworth Regional Gallery, ‘Exploded Textiles’ was initiated to celebrate Tamworth Regional Gallery’s 100-year anniversary. Curated by the Art Gallery of NSW’s special exhibitions curator Jackie Dunn, the selected works explode the standard notion of textile art, challenging and expanding its potential as a medium to make connections, create dialogue, and speak of memory and identity. Australian and international artists in the exhibition include John Barbour, Tracey Emin, Mavis Ganambarr, Anne Graham, Rubaba Haider, Mona Hatoum, Narelle Jubelin, Jonathan Monk, Raquel Ormella, Regina Pilawuk Wilson, Justin Trendall and Ronnie Van Hout (AGNSW collection) and Penny Evans, Dale Frank, Julie Gough, Amy Hammond, Lucy Irvine, Anita Larkin, Martha McDonald and Linda Lou Murphy (Tamworth collection). www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/media-office/exploded-textiles/
ART WORD PLACE curated by Carolyn Downer is an interplay between text and image where writers and artists from the North West of NSW have been inspired by their home landscape. Selected artists have then drawn on this composition as the basis and inspiration of a new work capturing the identity and sense of place of the New England North West. There are recurring themes – of rivers, plains and sky, of drought, of adversity but also of optimism. Artists: Gabi Briggs, Leah Bullen, Peter Champion, Jan Clark, Sharon Gilmour, Michelle Hungerford, Nancy Hunt, Paula Jenkins, Maree Kelly, Rowen Matthews, Liz Munro, Angus Nivison, Fay Porter, Liz Powell, Max Powell, Liz Priestley, David Waugh, Jo White. Writers: Nicole Alexander, Anne Bell, Michael Burge, Esther Gardiner, John Heffernan, Lizzie Horne, Heather Kerridge, Peter Langston, Yvonne Ledingham, Yve Louis, Sophie Masson, Lucy Munro, Bronwyn Parry, Helena Pastor, Virginia Tapscott, Michael Thorley, Nate Weatherall, Suzie Wicks. Places: Armidale, Ebor, Deepwater, Glen Innes, Gunnedah, Inverell, Invergowrie, Manilla, Moree, Narrabri, Quirindi, Rocky River, Tamworth, Tenterfield, Uralla, Walcha, Warialda, Yarrowyck. Dates: 2 November – 8 December at Tamworth Regional Gallery. www.tamworthregionalgallery.com.au
This exhibition (ART WORD PLACE – see above) is being presented during Artstate Tamworth. Artstate is a four-year project by Regional Arts NSW that shines a light on excellence in regional arts practice, and explores exciting possibilities for arts and cultural development across the state. “From 31 October – 3 November, we’ll be hosting an inspiring two-day Speakers Program that explores the themes of On Country – In Country and Arts in the Age of Uncertainty.” Accompanying the Speakers Program will be a diverse Arts Program that showcases the work of creatives from across the New England region. Integral to Artstate is a strong focus on Aboriginal arts and arts leaders, as well as the recognition of the contribution of local government to arts and cultural development in regional NSW. https://www.tamworthregionalgallery.com.au/content/event/19925/ArtState-Tamworth-
CRAFT NSW is offering workshops in its new location at 12 Argyle Place, Millers Point Sydney (open 10am-5pm daily). The workshops are usually one-day or two-day and run from 10am-4:30am on the days offered. Average cost of $100/day. For a complete list (or to sign up to get email bulletins) see https://craftnsw.com.au/collections/workshops Please note: ‘Craft NSW invites you to help us celebrate 12 months at our new venue: 12 Argyle Place, Millers Point. Sydney. An all member exhibition including the tutors & students from our new workshop program’ takes place from now until 17 November, 2019.Where: 12 Argyle Place, Millers Point (Sydney). www.artsandcraftsnsw.com.au
untethered fibre artists inc. is thrilled to present un:Seen, their fourth annual exhibition, each exhibition title forming part of a poetic interconnected narrative. Evolving from previous exhibition titles, the works explore human interaction, impart a message and share a passion through imagery and meaning. The 20 artists work in a wide variety of fibre and textile techniques to tell stories that draw on memory, history and relationships between people. Spend some time enjoying intricate works made with stitch, felt, print, dye, and many other traditional and innovative fibre art practices. Watch the “making of” slideshow for a glimpse into the artists’ studios. The exhibition tours regionally and interstate. From 5th Dec 2019 – 19th Jan 2020 the exhibition is at Manning Regional Art Gallery, 12 Macquarie St, Taree NSW 2430 Ph:02 6592 5455 Open Wed-Sat 10am – 4pm, Sunday 1-4pm.
Workshops at the Studio of Liz Jeneid (29-33 Stones Road, Mt Kembla NSW): on Dec 7/8 the offering is Boxmaking with Avril Makula. In this workshop you will learn to make a sturdy (yet elegant) double-walled, lidded, lined box, made-to-measure for a book of your choice. The construction techniques used to make this lidded box can be used to make other box structures, including a clamshell box, which we will also make. Details from Phone (02) 4271.2460 or 0408.421.664. Email firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.lizjeneid.net
PLACE is a travelling exhibition of artists’ books curated by Liz Jeneid and Avril Makula. It will be at Orange Regional Gallery, 149 Byng Street, Orange from now until 15 Dec 2019 (the gallery is open 10am-4pm daily). There will also be a showing in Armidale at NERAM (106-114 Kentucky Street, Armidale) from 21 August – 11 October 2020. For more information about the exhibition or to see a gallery of the books, consult this website: https://alphabetcitypress.com/place/ Curators Avril Makula and Liz Jeneid are both involved in the making of books. Avril is a book designer and maker of unique books who explores the book as art using typography, geometry and colour as content. Liz is a printmaker who has experimented with different approaches, combining various techniques in the bookmaking process. Liz also pioneered a bookmaking course at UOW Faculty of Creative Arts.
Sturt’s Short Course 2019 program is now online. The program includes classes in woodwork, fibre & textiles, ceramics and more! For information Sturt’s short course program, follow the link. https://sturt.worldsecuresystems.com/education/short-courses
For Sturt Summer School 2020 (Saturday 4 – Wednesday 8 January), they are offering 24 adult courses and 1-day courses for children (different course each day). There is a very strong textiles component among the mix of classes. For this one-week residential school, there are accommodation and meals packages. Please note that accommodation package includes all meals and final night party. For day students, lunches and party attendance are available by selecting those options on the booking form.Textile related courses include Knit, weave, lace + wire with Angharad Rixon; Let your yarn do the talking – simple weaves with amazing yarns with Sue Walker; Textile surface design: permission to play with Lisa Walton; Basketry: nested forms with Mary Preece; Interwoven: creating coil woven forms using colour, texture and expressive movement with Michele Morcos and Spiral braided rag rugs with Ilka White Find out more on the Summer School General Information page.
Sturt Artisan’s Night Market: Friday 13 December 3pm to 9m. Sturt’s famous annual Night Market is the ideal pre-Christmas event. Specially curated each year to bring visitors the best selection of the handmade to make unique Christmas gifts. With artisan’s stalls throughout Sturt’s gardens, food and drink, live music and the opening of two new exhibitions in Sturt Gallery, this is an event not to be missed. Mittagong NSW.
At Timeless Textiles Gallery 90 Hunter Street Newcastle East from Oct 30 – Nov 24: ALCHEMY by Sue Hotchkis. Alchemy perfectly captures the magical art of transformation Hotchkis has mastered to create mysterious and evocative works. “I create by transforming and combining elements, within the textile medium.” The artist takes inspiration from the seemingly insignificant aspects of the environment that are often overlooked. She seeks out the visual records of ageing, weathering, and urban decay as the starting point for her alchemy.
Newcastle’s Timeless Textiles Gallery is launchingTimeless TexStyle Tribe – Spring Launch and Fashion Show at 4pm, Saturday Nov 9th 2019 at the Men’s exercise yard at The Lock Up (the venue at 90 Hunter Street). “We will celebrate the birth of this women’s textile community initiative by showcasing the unique creations of TTT artists. Come along to the launch of TTT to find out more, as we celebrate the creation of our growing collective. You will develop your own style through workshops guided by women textile artists and members. TTT also seeks to match creativity with sustainability. We will offer upcycling and recycling workshops and events, and textile and wearable swap days. Reduce the waste and pollution that plague the textile industry. Workshops may feature surface decoration, value-adding, repurposing, re-designing, adding pockets (a common complaint about women’s fashion), as well as particular projects or techniques. The 13 participating artists include well-known fibre artists: Sylvia Watt, Pearl Moon, Gina Mastio, Barbara Rogers, Susan Doherty, Lessa Colgan, and Pam De Groot. Local designers are also included – High Tea with Mrs Woo. Gina Ermer, Svetlana Kchevetskaia and Nashe Jewellery. Charity Sharit (Africa) and HannyD designs (Canberra) are also showing their wearable art.
Check out all the exciting creative workshops comng up at Timeless Textiles Gallery Newcastle: http://www.timelesstextiles.com.au/page19825/shop.aspx?categoryID=1791
FEARLESS FLOWERS. Timeless Textiles’ International Women’s Day project theme for 2019-2020 has been announced and will raise funds for research into Ovarian Cancer. You are invited to make flowers out of any fibre/textiles …and as many as you like. All are gratefully received. The flowers will bloom amongst the Norfolk pines outside the gallery in Newcastle, next International Women’s Day (4pm 8 March 2020). For more about Timeless Textiles click here. Come and join into free workshops @ Timeless Textiles Gallery with The Wednesday Maker’s group (Wednesday 10.30-12.30pm) until March 2 2020. Follow ‘Fearless Flowers’ on Facebook.
Ozquilt Network Inc announces that Art Quilt Australia 2021 will be held at the Shoalhaven Regional Gallery in Nowra NSW in June-July 2021. This is a juried exhibition.
ATASDA The Australian Textile Arts and Surface Design Association NSW branch offers 2 day Workshops and 1 Day Textile Tasters with noted Australian and International tutors on a variety of textile related subjects. Details and enrolment forms for upcoming workshops and tasters are available on the ATASDA website www.atasda.org.au or email the workshop or taster co-ordinators at email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org. All events (workshops, tasters, General Meetings – usually featuring guest speakers, and social days) are held in Sydney at Dence Park, Epping. Members and non-members are welcome – members attend workshops and tasters at discounted rates. The workshop/tasters program for the next year is announced with great fanfare at the December (1st Saturday) general meeting each year. We will always consider applications by prospective local and interstate tutors. For these and any other general enquiries contact ATASDA NSW at email@example.com or by post at PO Box 1090 Epping NSW 1710.
The Theme title for ATASDA’s new Palm House Exhibition is INTERLUDE (think breathing space, cessation, discontinuance, stop, lull, a pause between acts of play). The venue is The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney and the dates are 1-12 June, 2020. Entry is open to all ATASDA members.
ATASDA South is an enthusiastic group of ATASDA NSW, which meets in Sutherland on the 2nd Saturday of the month. Members come from the Southern Suburbs of Sydney, Southern Highlands, The Illawarra and down to Berry. More information from ATSADA South Group: www.atasda.org.au www.fibretribe.blogspot.com
GO CREATE! New England is a textile and art retreat situated in beautiful pastoral country in the New England Tablelands on property owned by well known contemporary lace maker Vicky Taylor and her husband. Participants can choose from classes with on-farm accommodation including meals, or any level of B&B and hotels available in the Uralla/Armidale district. Many creative classes on offer including dyeing, no-rules printing, textile painting, shoe making, contemporary surface embellishment, contemporary lace making, design and personal development. Most have a textile theme but there is also painting, photography, drawing, encaustics, jewellery and felting classes, taught by professionals drawn from the region and abroad. Ph: 0412 351 792 www.gocreatenewengland.com They are now offering a “Go Creators” rewards program. It is designed to help those who have lots of workshops on the “to do list” to make it more affordable. Join “Go Creators Rewards” for significant workshop discounts. Pay $200/month for your choice of 6 workshops within a 6 month block. (6 month block will start from first payment). Or pay $1200 up front for your choice of 6 workshops within a 12 month period. Workshops must be chosen at least 1 month in advance, so tutors and Go Create staff have time to prepare. There will be no refunds for missing workshops, however you can opt for another workshop within your time period if proper notice is given. Late workshop changes or workshop cancellations due to unforeseen circumstances will be at Go Create’s discretion and “Go Creators” will have their workshop rescheduled on a case by case basis. Please ring or email us to purchase a Go Creators reward programme. Call Kath: 0412 251 972 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com)