NSW’s 2017 Workshop Programme is packed with a diversity of textile disciplines presented by local and national tutors.
Further workshop information is available on:
- Fibretribe (NSW blog)
- Email enquiry to the Workshops team
- Postal enquiry to NSW Branch, PO Box 1090, Epping NSW 1710
To find out more about a tutor, visit their website.
ATASDA workshops are tutored by experienced members, accredited teachers and visiting interstate and international artists.
Workshops are open to beginners and advanced participants. Our workshop organisers recommend you get in early, as workshops fill quickly! Generally places are allocated on a first-in basis.
Workshop places are secured by deposit when booking.
Please note: Materials Fee is paid in workshop to tutor.
Participants should bring their own lunch and cup, unless otherwise stated. Morning and afternoon refreshments are provided.
Workshops are open to non-members by payment of a higher fee. Non-members are encouraged to join the Association. Note that non-members will not be included if a ballot is held for places (when demand is much higher than places allow).
All payments for NSW Workshops and other NSW activities to be paid to:
Account number 296447
To renew your membership or to join for the first time, see the Join ATASDA page.
For enrolment in 2017 workshops:
For enrolment in 2017 Textile Tasters:
If you have a query about workshops, email Maria Stagno NSW Workshops coordinator
Upcoming New South Wales Workshops
|Kelcie Bryant-Duguid - Bespoke Skirt||Saturday & Sunday 29/30 April, 2017||Have you ever wanted to make your own clothes and learn how to use a basic skirt block to get a personalised fit? Then this is the workshop for you! Kelcie will provide you with the instruction, tips, tools and techniques you will need to create a bespoke A-line or pencil skirt.||$150||$200|
|Ian Lancaster - Leather Saddlebag, Shoulder bag or Handbag||Saturday & Sunday 27/28 May, 2017||Love the smell and feel of leather? Enjoy the process of working with leather to create a functional artisan saddlebag; that can be personalised as either a shoulder bag or handbag.||$150||$200|
|Jan Clark - Colour My Textile World||Saturday & Sunday 8/9 July, 2017||Explore creative printmaking and surface design techniques such as monoprinting, painting with acrylics, foiling, incorporating pencils, crayons and pastels to add colour and line to cloth. This workshop will allow participants to build a palette of textiles they can be then use in their artmaking practice.||$150||$200|
|Gabriella Hegyes - Printing from Land||Saturday & Sunday 26/27 August 2017||This printmaking workshop uses natural and made materials. Explore the natural and made environment using alternative printmaking methods onto fabric and paper.||$150||$200|
|Kay Murray - Bowerbird Fabric Journal||Saturday & Sunday 23/24 September, 2016||A bookbinding workshop with a difference! In this workshop participants will be making a fabric book based on a traditional book structure such as bound, concertina or dos-a-dos incorporating found and made collected textile materials.||$150||$200|
|Lucy Worsley - Contemporary Stitch and Collage – Stitched Storytelling||Saturday & Sunday 28/29 October, 2017||This two-day workshop will teach the skills to enable participants to design, construct and complete a one off piece of contemporary stitched collaged artwork. Working from their own imagery and source materials, they will creatively discover a personal theme through exploring placement/composition approaches, layering methods, colour and material matching and fabric manipulation techniques.||$150||$200|