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Upcycling Jewellery Workshop

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Black Friday Upcycle Jewellery Workshop

with Bridget Kennedy.

Friday 13 October

Time:10am- 12.00pm

Location: Bernina Studio

Payment by donation

Join us for a unique jewellery-making experience at the Black Friday Upcycle Jewellery Workshop with Bridget Kennedy. Held as part of Sydney Craft week, this creative event is perfect for all abilities and promises to be a fantastic way to spend your Friday the 13th.

Bridget Kennedy, an experienced artist, will guide you through the fascinating process of upcycling and repurposing old costume jewellery pieces to craft ‘brand new’ earrings, a bracelet or neckpiece. Suitable for beginners, this workshop welcomes everyone to explore their artistic side.

The event will be held at Gallery Lane Cove and Creative Studios' outdoor terrace (or in the Bernina Studio if poor weather).

In line with our commitment to fostering a vibrant arts community, participation is by donation. This means you can contribute as much as you feel comfortable, making this workshop accessible to all.

Mark your calendar for Friday the 13th and get ready to unleash your creativity!

We look forward to seeing you there for a memorable day of artistic expression and jewellery-making.

This workshop is held in conjunction with ‘Remade-Reloved’, a group exhibition curated by Bridget, on display at The Australian Design Centre -

About the Teacher:

Bridget Kennedy, a versatile artist based in Sydney, has a rich history of promoting creativity. She co-founded Studio 20/17 in 2008 and later directed The Project Space, with an emphasis on nurturing emerging artists. Bridget's art explores participation and environmental concerns. She holds a Master's in Studio Art and has exhibited globally, while her community initiatives include The Repair Cafe Sydney North and The Sydney Library of Things. She's made valuable contributions to the arts community as a board member of the World Crafts Council of Australia and the Australian Design Centre and to the local community as an elected independent councillor.

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