Masterclass Series 2022
JEWELLERY MAKING: FUSING ART AND FASHION
with Lisa Waup
Saturday May 7 at 10am
$120 including materials and light lunch
In this jewellery making masterclass, Lisa Waup will guide participants to produce their own unique brooch and/or earrings using remnant fabric from her 2017 and 2019 collaboration with Melbourne fashion designer Ingrid Verner. Utilising a variety of materials including feathers, fibre, and embroidery and weaving techniques. Participants will work with circular shapes and patterns; for Lisa these represent family and connect her to Country, history and story. All materials supplied.
- All required art materials and a light lunch.
- There is opportunity to advise of any dietary requirements when making your booking.
You will walk away with:
A set of earrings or brooch, there may be time to make more than one item.
Other important information:
- Please arrive 10 minutes early to avoid late starts.
- Please allow time to find an all day carpark.
- Weather permitting, this class will take place outside the gallery under a marquee overlooking the river. In the event of rain, you will work inside the gallery, warm clothing is advised.
Is this workshop suitable for me?
If you someone with an art background/experience looking to learn jewellery making techniques, for this workshop is suitable for you
What can I bring?
- Closed in shoes
- Water bottle
What’s the refund policy?
Refund available up to 48 hours before the start time of the masterclass.
Please note: when purchasing your ticket, the Gallery absorbs all related booking fees, however, refunds will include the ticket price less the Eventbrite fees (which consists of the payment processing fee and the service fee combined)
About the Artist
Lisa Waup is an artist and curator of Gunditjmara, Torres Strait Islander and Italian heritage, based in southeast Melbourne. Her practice is comprised of printmaking and distinct, mixed-media weaving techniques, including woven sculptures, vessels and body adornment. Weaving is an important medium for Waup, symbolising social and cultural continuity; it is an act of cohesion between the past and present and offers Waup a metaphorical connection to place and kin. Lisa has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally and her work has been collected by many state institutions and private collectors both in Australia and overseas. Lisa was a finalist in 2018, 2017 and 2016 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award’s. In 2019 she was a winner of an award in Victorian Craft Awards and her designs were featured at 2017 Melbourne Fashion Week, and a 2020 was a finalist in the National Indigenous Fashion Award’s. Lisa has exhibited at ACCA, NGV, NMA, Fremantle Art Centre, Art Gallery of South Australia and ReDot Gallery in Singapore.
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Main image: Lisa Waup, brooch. Photo: Courtesy of the artist.