Hand Painted Cards with Kokowai (clay)

Learn natural painting with kōkōwai (clay) on handmade paper. This workshop will be introduced in the framework of tikanga which incorporates practices and values from Maori culture with an emphasis on female empowerment & sustainability. In this session, you also learn to how to transform paper scraps into high quality recycled stationary. 

No experience necessary. All materials will be provided. Please remember to bring and wear your mask for this workshop. 

About the Artists:

Founder of Jera Mae Design, Jera Mae is a graduate of the Creative Industries degree at Toiohomai Institute of Technology, majoring in Fashion. Jera is practicing to be sustainable and ethical in her designs and all facets of life. She is passionate about challenging western civilisation ideals that are fabricated throughout our society while demanding gender, environmental and racial justice.
@jeramaedesign

In addition to managing operations at Remaker, Alyssa Reed has recently started her own zero-waste stationary brand Reed. Alyssa also dabbles in creative projects such as knitting and woodwork, loves writing and receiving cards and is an enthusiastic and frequent user of the postal service. 

Where

Remaker, 27 Spring Street, Tauranga

When

Thursday 16th December 2021 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Price

$30
Aged 13+

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