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Craft concepts by Ruth Hadlow in Brisbane



If you can get to Brisbane in October, you have the opportunity to spend time with a particularly thoughtful and accomplished craftsperson.

Weekend workshop by Ruth Hadlow on Oct 18/19

at Gallery 159 Workshop space (159 Payne Road, The Gap Brisbane 4061)

EVOCATIVE OBJECTS: poetic relationships with things

All of us collect things, sometimes formally and very often informally. This workshop will explore poetic and creative relationships with the objects we collect or are intrigued by. This workshop will incorporate processes of notation, research, interpretation, installation, and investigation. We will look at examples of personal and institutional collections, conventions at work within museums as well as private collections, and ideas such as memory, subjectivity, and narrative in relation to objects. The workshop will focus on creative relationships between ideas, research material and arts practice, emphasising an open-ended rather than end-product approach to the development of ideas.


5-day Masterclass with Ruth Hadlow from Mon-Fri, Oct 20-24

at Gallery 159 Workshop space (159 Payne Road, The Gap Brisbane 4061)

IDEAS DEVELOPMENT: extending and developing individual projects.

This workshop will focus on participants’ own interests and current work, and consider possibilities and strategies for extending individual practice. It will be tailored to each participant, focused on developing ideas through research, discussion, sampling, writing, investigation and critique. The workshop aims to support participants who are interested in extending their own practice, creating challenges in the form of self-devised research projects, technical and material experimentation, as well as self-directed appraisal and critique of work and methods of practice.



COST and Hours of workshops

The weekend workshop costs $200 per person

The Masterclass costs $450 per person.

Workshop hours: 9:30am-4pm daily, with half an hour for lunch (tea & coffee provided, BYO lunch )



To BOOK for the Ruth Hadlow October workshops please contact: tafta@iinet.net.au

To secure a place a deposit of $50 will be required. Deposit can be paid by cheque (payable to TAFTA and sent to PO Box 38, The Gap Q4061); by credit card (Visa or Mastercard, provide all 16 numbers and expiry date); or by EFT (The Aust Forum Text Arts; BSB 313-140; Account No. 250363. MECU).

Please advise by email if a deposit has been made into the TAFTA account at MECU and provide your name.

Seeding the Cloud workshops

Roseanne Bartley is presenting a series of three Seeding the Cloud workshops.

Join the artist jeweller Roseanne Bartley as she threads her way in and around the streets and parklands of Melbourne CBD. Over a two-hour process led experience, Roseanne will share the ‘how to’ behind her roving work Seeding the Cloud: A Walking Work in Process. Take part in jewellery based process that addresses the mass of residual plastic within the environment and contribute to the creation of a collectively inspired Civic Necklace.

Come prepared with sensible walking shoes and a weatherproof coat.

Cost: $50 / $25 Craft Victoria Members. Includes a copy of the Seeding the Cloud Instruction Booklet.

Thursday 11 August, 10am-12pm
Saturday 13 August, 1.30-3.30pm
Saturday 20 August, 1.30–3.30pm
Bookings: click here