All fabric tells a story – whether it’s an old shirt, a well-worn blanket, or the material from a bag you once loved.
In this three-hour workshop, Chinese-Indonesian New Zealander artist Rozana Lee invites you to bring along a piece of fabric that has special significance to you, to share its story with the group and to transform it into a simple collage to hang on the wall.
This process is a nod to her own work, most notably a series of fabric collages that incorporate fabric remnants she collected from her late parents’ tsunami-damaged shophouse.
All additional materials will be provided – participants just need to bring a piece of fabric (however big or small) that holds a special memory.
If you are more comfortable using a sewing machine than fusible webbing or spray glue, you are invited to bring your own sewing machine as well.
Proudly Sponsored by Asia New Zealand Foundation