Join our Spring School Holiday Workshops led online by contemporary artist and jeweller, Pennie Jagiello.
In this workshop, children will learn about sustainability at home and the very important role that bees play in our everyday environment. Young participants will be guided through crafting techniques including cutting, drawing, knotting and tying, which will enable them to create their very own family of busy bees and a beehive using recycled materials from around their home.
You may also be interested in Pennie's second kid's workshop, Jellyfish Pendants & Mini Aquariums on Saturday 3 October.
- When: Friday 2 October, 11am - 12.30pm
- Where: Online (Live workshop delivered through Zoom)
- Suitable for: Children aged between 5 - 10 years
- Class size: Up to 12 participants
- Cost: $5 per child (children must be accompanied by an adult to participate, no additional cost for guardians to attend)
- Ticket sales close: 5pm, Sunday 27 September
- Materials required: All participants will be emailed a PDF list of materials and Zoom link on Monday 28 September
Pennie Jagiello is a Melbourne based artist and contemporary jeweller, and mother of two. Her professional practice of more than 20 years focuses on creative sustainable practices. She is passionate about running workshops for all ages and teaches in short courses and higher education.
Instagram: @penniejagiello Website: penniejagiello.com.au