During the course, you'll discuss the tenets of wabi-sabi design, and how the natural world has inspired artists and makers for generations of craft. Using foraged materials as well as market flowers, Katie will lead participants in a session that encourages the exploration of floral arranging, including how to create depth, build a colour palette around natural elements, and building texture into your work. April is a great month for flowers: the buffet of stem choice will be outlandishly fun.
$125 per person. Includes the vessel, access to lots of fun stems and two hours of instruction.
Join local shop owners and stylists to find out how to rethink your wardrobe and better connect your clothing to your values. Is vintage the alternative to disposable fashion? How does buying second-hand support conscious consumerism? Learn how the rise of fast-fashion has shifted the way we think about our own personal style and follow the journey of four style-minded locals whose businesses inspire a more conscious approach to the way we wear.
Lauren Clark and Lyndsey Chow, Founders, hey jude
Chloe Popove, Owner, My Modern Closet
Elim Chu, Fashion Stylist
Meg Maclure, Owner, Bungalow968
Diane Rudge, Artist
Angelisa Edwards, Designer, Feelin' it Decals
What began as a quest for clean skin has become a successful line of ethically sourced self-care products designed to nourish, repair and protect, leaving your skin (and your well-being) intoxicatingly smooth.
As a young girl, Sonia would hand-roll cotton wicks with her mother to create tea-lights, intended to burn all day. Now, together with her partner, she creates premium natural products that are sold in 200 stores worldwide (and counting).