We showcase local teas – from Austral Herbs and local cheeses from Sunhill Goat Farm and some semi-local cheeses from High Valley Cheeses in Mudgee. This year we also have Jill Keys, a well known Herbalist from Sydney who will be able to talk about the teas and their health benefits. There will be tutors who will be either demonstrating, displaying and selling their artworks throughout the studio.
Jan is an amazing textile artist and our principal tutor here at Go Create. Jan has many workshops coming up in 2017 and 2018. Her beautiful work will be displayed around the studio and she will be available to chat while we sip tea.
Vicki Taylor is one of the master minds behind Go Create and is also a lace making tutor. She has displayed her work throughout Australia and internationally and reguarly teaches for Go Create and around Australia. Vicki lives on the farm where the studio is situated so she will be at Teas and Cheese displaying her beautfil lace and maybe even selling a few pieces.
Rosemary, retired Curator of the Lace Collection at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, is world renowned for her research, writing and teaching in bobbin lace. She was awarded an Order of Australia Medal for her services to culture and history of lace in Australia. She has recently moved to Uralla and we intend to make the most of her presence!
Mark is a very talented leather craftsman with many years of experience who has displayed his work all over the globe. Mark taught his craft in July 2017 at Go Create and we can all have a little sneak peek at his beautiful leather bags on October 21st!
Judy is a very talented textiles artist who combines the beautiful natural world with intricate, miniature embroidery. Judy will be teaching at Go Create in November 2017 for her “Stitch as Mark” stitching workshop and another in May 2018.
Cathy is a textile artist who creates beautiful artwork using Shibori (a Japanese dyeing technique). Cathy will be visiting us again in March 2018 to teach us the Shibori dyeing techniques of Arashi, Itajime, Stitching, folding and binding.
Rhonda is a local print artist and curator of the Uralla Print Gallery. Rhonda makes her own handblocks and prints using blocks onto paper, fabric and even wall paper. Rhonda will be teaching us these skills in September 2018 with us at Go Create.
Information still to come…