image courtesy j.jowett
The Red Door Gallery [on fraser] is pleased to announce that the monthly Monday’s Creative Stitching @thegallery sessions.
Set against the backdrop of the historic Fraser Street precinct in Clunes, you will be inspired with the old world charm of the village and the gallery surrounds. Clunes is becoming a popular hub for textile art activities in the region and the annual 2019 TEXTILE PALETTE EXHIBITION is widely recognised. The textile arts arena is coming of age on the visual arts platform and the Red Door Gallery [on fraser] is one of a few regional art galleries that features a dedicated gallery space for textile art.
Image courtesy Leslie Scott Photography
Everyone is welcome – Creative Stitching @thegallery ideally suits participants who are intentionally developing their textie art practice and consolidating contemporary stitching techniques in order to prepare art work for exhibition, art competitions, study assignments or journalling.
Creative Stitching @thegallery is an opportunity to network, participate in mini tutorials, access ideas and share resources with each other. The day will be facilitated in a mentored format. Regional textile artist Christine Lethlean will guide participants to practice intuitive decision making, provide roving support for those with evolving projects and revise techniques if required.
- Monday 8th October 2018 Completed
- Monday 29th October
- Monday 26th November
- Monday 16th December
- Monday 29th January
- Monday 26th February
Time: 10.00am – 5.00pm (Gallery will close at 5.30pm)
Venue: Front showroom at the Red Door Gallery [on fraser]. 69 Fraser Street Clunes Victoria 3370
Mentor/Tutor: Christine Lethlean Textile Artist
Payment: To confirm your place on the day, payment is required in advance (or by prior arrangement). For online electronic funds transferral (EFT) please ensure you state your name when making a ‘direct deposit’ into the following account.
- Red Door Gallery on Fraser
- BSB 633 000
- Account No. 160620522
- Bank of Bendigo
Morning and afternoon tea will be provided. Bring your lunch. Please advise us if you have any dietary requirements. ‘Food to go’ can be purchased at several eateries open on the day including O’Hara’s Bakery, Quigley and Clarke Cafe or Widow Twankey’s on Fraser Street
Participants are advised to bring an existing project and/or have a definition of a new work to progress. Creative Stitching @thegallery is not a workshop, where by new skills are taught. Download the CREATIVE STITCHING requirements list to ensure you have what you need to progress your ideas.