Visit to Tasmania

Last week I went to Tasmania to walk on Maria Island with my sister, which was a very memorable experience. There were a couple of kids on our guided walk who helped me collect and fill a random weave nest with soft things such as moss, lichen and feathers. I carefully wove the nest onto … More Visit to Tasmania

The Care Symposium

Thank you to Jacqueline Millner and Caroline Phillips for organising such a wonderful symposium last week at Melbourne University. I committed to spending 3 full days there and was inspired and challenged by ideas and artworks presented during the week. I facilitated a workshop called Collaborative Nourishment when participants made bundles of grass and added … More The Care Symposium

Random Weaving at FRBGM

We were able to spend the day weaving outdoors yesterday at the Friends of Royal Botanic Gardens enjoying the sunshine. We were not the only ones ‘out and about’ as there were many visitors popping into the cottage during the day as they meandered through the gardens.

Wild Willow Fence workshop

Yesterday was an incredible Spring day that I spent with a group of lovely people at the Creswick Neighbourhood Centre. We managed to build and decorate a fence out of wild willow that I collected along the waterways of Creswick and Daylesford over the last few weeks.