Wild Wearable Headdress Weekend Workshop With Sarah Seahorse

Saturday 15th of June 2024 - Sunday 16th of June 2024

Sarah Seahorse is an award-winning, neon-saturated wearable art artist, costume designer, and craftivist, specialising in fashion, millinery, and wearable art that serves as a powerful commentary on social, environmental, and political issues... read more.

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224 Timor Street, Warrnambool, VIC, 3280
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Upcoming Dates

Sun Jun 16th

About

Sarah Seahorse is an award-winning, neon-saturated wearable art artist, costume designer, and craftivist, specialising in fashion, millinery, and wearable art that serves as a powerful commentary on social, environmental, and political issues. Holding a Diploma in Costume Design and an Applied Bachelor of Community Development, Sarah brings almost two decades of experience to her role as an accomplished designer, expert seamstress, theatrical milliner and innovative pattern maker.

Come and join this exciting wild wearable headdress weekend workshop at The F Project.

Out-of-towners can make a weekend of this workshop by staying at The F Project Residence. Accommodation extra to workshop fees. Please email the team to make enquiries.

You may even be inspired to make a headdress to enter The F Project’s Fabric of Life Festival in October. More details are on the website.

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  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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Gumbower Homestead

Skipton

Apollo Bay Beach Bungalow

Apollo Bay

Mimosa

Apollo Bay

Comfort Inn Western

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