PROMINENT Australian textile designer Nicola Cerini - whose works form part of the National Gallery of Victoria and Museum Art Gallery collections - will host a one-day workshop in Blampied.
Cerini - who is of Swiss Italian heritage and whose surname adorns a street in Blampied - has lectured at RMIT University and the Melbourne College of Textiles and has exhibited in Korea, Italy and Japan.
Cerini has studied overseas including on a residency to Barcelona, Spain, through the Australia Council Residency and to the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada.
Her work celebrates Australian flora and fauna such as the architectural form of the Banksia and in her workshop Applying Images to Plywood, participants will create their own nature-inspired art on plywood.
The workshop will be hosted at Village Dreaming's Orto Farm in Blampied on June 8 from 1-4pm with host Mara Ripani.
Book via her website here.
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