FIBRE ARTS AUSTRALIA BALLARAT AUTUMN 1ST APRIL TO 7TH APRIL 2020

Fibre Arts Australia is proud to offer you the best fibre and textile artists from around the world. Below are the tutors teaching at our Ballarat Autumn event for 2020. To ensure the best learning experience places are limited. Enrol early to avoid disappointment.

CATRIONA POLLARD

AUSTRALIA
Weaving creativity – basketry weaving in sculptural form

CHUNG-IM KIM

KOREA
Deeply Felt; What Role Does Surface Play In Form?

LESLEY RILEY

USA
Toward a Fuller Toolbox A Curated Art Part Making Workshop

SUSAN STOVER

USA
Expanding Visual Language with Fiber and Wax
TWIN SHARE
AU$1400per person
  • Fully residential, full accommodation with meals and workshop
NON RESIDENTIAL
AU$1000 per person
  • includes workshop, lunches, dinners, slide presentations and lectures

ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS

You’ll find our accommodation to be comfortable and secure

Ballarat Single Room

Many of the boarding facilities at Ballarat Grammar have been refurbished. They offer a comfortable bed in a fully enclosed room with a desk, heating and cooling with shared bathroom facilities. Ground floor rooms are available on request. All linen, blankets and meals are provided with this option.

Ballarat Twin Share

A fully enclosed room with two comfortable beds, desks, heating and cooling and shared bathroom facilities. Ground floor rooms are available on request. All linen, blankets and meals are provided with this option

Ballarat Day Student

Lunches and dinners are catered for the student who prefers to live out!

HEAR FROM PAST STUDENTS

Glenys, Nonie and team organise a wonderful program, both for the workshops and evening functions. They foster a friendly, inclusive environment and their genuine interest in everyone attending makes the whole experience very rewarding. Their beautiful and often infectious personalities are integral to the success of the workshops.

I always look forward to the next workshop ….

Wilma Bishop

Fibre Arts Australia Student

I went to Fibre Arts Winter School 2019, I sat around a long table with eleven like-minded women
and a delightful young man called Richard McVetis, a textile artist from UK. Richard freely shared his
skills and passion for stitch, it was fun, relaxing and companionable. I learnt heaps and got to
experiment with various stitches, all with fabulous meals that I didn’t have to cook!

Ruth Galpin

Fibre Arts Australia Student

Fibre Arts Australia is inspiring for both the students and tutors. The energy is outstanding, it’s infectious which makes the week flow effortlessly.

Barb Goldstraw

Fibre Arts Australia Student

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