Seen at Aboriginal Contemporary in Bronte “Warrakan” Fibre sculptures by Tony Cameron from the East Arnhem community of Gapuwiyak. Special grasses are harvested and made with skills passed down through the generations. The whole community participates in this creative activity.
The whole community participates in this creative activity.
City is an open canvas, where people can inscribe their stories in many ways. A project in Mexico City is combining drones and blockchain to create and preserve urban street art long after it is removed from buildings.Known as the Drone Graffiti Project, the initiative will launch today as a live urban art installation as part of the wider Mexico City Art Week.Stay connected :https://urlzs.com/aSerphttps://urlzs.com/dcou4
Shoe School in Wellington New Zealand. This 5 day workshop provides a great ‘adventure’ holiday experience resulting in a beautiful pair of shoes. Making a pair of shoes is not only a transformative experience, it is a skill that has almost disappeared in NZ. Shoe School is changing this by providing skills to make your own shoes. Launched by Lou who has been joined by teacher Gemma. Together they have helped students create hundreds of shoes of their own custom design. http://www.shoe-school.com/