Create your own personal adornment with Ange Jeffery

Create your own personal adornment with Ange Jeffery

Event status:
Coming soon
Program type:
Zoom for Kids
Date:
Friday 9 July 2021
Time:
10:30am
Duration:
90 minutes
Admission:

Free

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Create your own personal adornment with Ange Jeffery

These school holidays celebrate NAIDOC Week by joining Wiradjuri artist Ange Jeffery in an online jewellery making workshop where kids will be able to make personalised body adornment – bracelets, necklaces, head pieces – from found natural objects combined with elements from a special pack which will be posted out to you!

A collaborative online making session for kids aged 7+ with an adult supervisor.

Registration cut off date: 12 pm Friday 2 July to receive your special workshop pack on time

If registering past this date or your pack has not arrived, participants can gather their own supplies. A small number of packs will also be available for collection at the Koorie Heritage Trust.

Workshop packs include:

  • A range of wire, elastic, and natural cord
  • A mix of collected items, e.g. shells, feathers, man-made items, wood, seeds
  • Wooden beads
  • Sand paper
  • Information sheet

What to bring to the workshop:

  • An adult supervisor
  • Tea towel or hand towel or cloth to plan your work on
  • Scissors
  • Pliers to cut and/or bend wire

These are optional for you to gather yourself:

  • Coloured textas
  • Natural bits and pieces you found outside
  • Recycled stuff from inside your home, e.g. plastic bottle caps, coloured plastic

Ange Jeffery is a Wiradjuri artist who grew up on Country in central west NSW, with Wambul (Macquarie River) having a lasting influence and inspiration in her art practice. She is an environmental scientist by background who balances her technical ability with creative pursuits, particularly jewellery making.  She also delivers jewellery and weaving workshops for her local community and has completed several commission projects.

Ange’s values are strongly represented in her work using responsibly sourced materials including collected and recycled natural and manmade items.  Her work is organic, combining her culture with contemporary techniques and objects, including ceramics, painting, stencilling, graphics, and jewellery. @ange.jeffery

We acknowledge the generous support of our public programming partners: Viva Energy Australia and Krystyna Campbell-Pretty and Family.

Credit: Ange Jeffery (Wiradjuri), supplied by the artist