Tuition fees have been kept at last year’s level. All fees clearly show the GST component.
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Students will learn how to prepare natural materials for weaving and produce their choice of hats, baskets or artistic wares. There is plenty of scope for creativity throughout the week as Mirrawinni shares a variety of traditional techniques and contemporary applications of this meditative art form. She has recently been exploring wearable art for performance, so there is also a scope for song and dance to connect participants to land and country.
There will be a material cost of $50 to cover the selection and preparation of materials payable to the tutor at the commencement of the course.
Mirra Winni has been Weaving for 9 years. First taught by a traditional Arnhem Land weaver and then by a very creative Celtic weaver, she now looks at weaving as a way of life and deep relaxation, keeping her close to nature and country.
Mirra Winni’s arts practice includes painting, sculpture and weaving. Her work is recognised through an array of awards and competition selection. Winner of 2009 Northern Rivers Aboriginal Arts Award , numerous prizes in the Byron Bay Classic Art Competition, 2014 Winner of Wave Shearwater Wearable Arts Prize. She has been an exhibiting finalist in the Clarence Valley Indigenous Arts Award as well as the EMSLA along with many other short listings for major prizes.