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Children's Workshop: Printed Tote Bags 5+ | SEPPELTSFIELD
Children's Workshop: Printed Tote Bags 5+ | SEPPELTSFIELD Children's Workshop: Printed Tote Bags 5+ | SEPPELTSFIELD Children's Workshop: Printed Tote Bags 5+ | SEPPELTSFIELD Children's Workshop: Printed Tote Bags 5+ | SEPPELTSFIELD Children's Workshop: Printed Tote Bags 5+ | SEPPELTSFIELD Children's Workshop: Printed Tote Bags 5+ | SEPPELTSFIELD
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Children's Workshop: Printed Tote Bags 5+ | SEPPELTSFIELD

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Children's Workshops at JamFactory Seppeltsfield

Suitable for children aged 5 years of age and over, create your own hand-printed tote bag with Deb Twining of Twining Arts. Using a combination of prepared and DIY stencils, students will be encouraged to play with colour, composition and layered designs. 

Participants will complete the workshop with a printed tote bag in their own unique design, and learn how to create their own stencils to replicate this simple printing activity at home using textile printing inks and rollers.

This workshop is suitable for children aged 5 years and over (guardians and caregivers are also welcome to book in and participate). All tools and materials including stencils and tote bags will be provided; students are also welcome to bring their own small pieces of fabric or textile items (such as a t-shirt) to print on.

Deborah Twining

Deborah is an Adelaide Hills based artist and arts educator. With a degree in the Visual Arts and a Diploma of Education, her creative practice has spanned three states - South Australia, Western Australia and regional North Queensland - over the past 30 years. As a multidisciplinary artist, her curiosity for learning, experimentation and interaction has let to a playful, explorative and sensitive approach to her own artwork and her community and arts education-based practice.

For the past 10 years, Deb has run a weekly art school, TwiningArts, based in her studio at the Hahndorf Academy, catering for over 80 students ranging in age from 5 to 20 years of age; her classes seek to guide and inspire creative development, foster personal growth, inquiry and expression whilst developing advanced technical skills in a multitude of mediums.

Deb's arts practice has seen the development of collaborative community projects and children's art activations for the Adelaide Festival, OSCA arts, Fabrik: Arts and Heritage, Barossa Regional Gallery, Hahndorf Academy, The Pinnaroo Project and Adelaide Writer's Week (AWW). 


All materials supplied. 
Suitable for participants aged 5+
Location: JamFactory Barossa
Seppeltsfield Estate, 730 Seppeltsfield Rd Seppeltsfield
Duration: 1.5 hours



Time: 1-2.30pm
Date: Wednesday 17th July 2024
Tutor: Deborah Twining


General information on our short course requirements, facilities and refund policy can be found here