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The Art of Rag Rugging

Where: Midland Junction Arts Centre, 276 Great Eastern Highway, Midland, Western Australia

Restrictions: 16+

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  • General Admission: $45.00
  • Buy Tickets – 0477 182 555
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Listed by: Sophie Zadeh

BYO drink and get eco-creative as you learn how to turn used fabrics into a rug or wallhanging masterpiece.

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to create a contemporary rag rug masterpiece, using traditional rag rugging techniques.

No prior experience necessary, all abilities welcome.

Doors open at 6:30 for a 6:45 start. Sessions run for approximately three hours.

What to Bring
Please bring three to four items of unwanted clothing–most fabrics will work. You’ll re-use these fabrics, turning them into your boho wall hanging.

If you don’t have any, you can source them free or at a low cost, from friends, family, a local thrift shop, or put a call out on your local Buy Nothing Facebook group.

If you have plenty to choose from, choose the colours you love or colours that work well together, for example:
whites, yellows, greens, blues
whites, yellows, oranges, reds
whites, pinks, purples
mixed pastels
mixed brights
whites, greys, blacks
complimentary colours contrast well–these are opposites on the colour wheel, like orange and blue, or red and green.

Session Leader/Artist
A practising artist and arts educator for fifteen years in the UK, Sophie has led hundreds of art projects for children as well as running training sessions for teachers working with children. Her artwork has been exhibited in a range of art galleries, with one series of sculpture housed in a permanent collection at Wolverhampton Art Gallery.

Through her workshops and classes, Sophie aims to inspire creativity, sparking imagination, curiosity and awe, while at the same time teaching practical art techniques, processes and knowledge.

Sophie also works in the world of nonverbal communication, her second life-long passion. Occasionally she teaches combined nonverbal communication and art workshops. You can read more on our sister website My Alcomy.

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