Printing from nature
This is a COVID safe event. Masks must be worn indoors and check in is required. Participants must show proof of double vaccination upon attendance.
Generously funded by a Nillumbik Community Fund, Arts and Cultural Development grant
Supported by Local Food Connect
About the workshop
Artist Leanne Mooney leads this hands-on workshop in using natural materials in printing. You’ll learn the process for making a printed bag using plants or stencils with plant designs. Bring along plants, leaves, flowers, nuts or seed pods from your own garden, or be inspired by the plants from the Edible Hub Community Garden. You’ll learn how to print with these natural elements, and then use them for inspiration in making designs to print onto your bag.
About the artist
Leanne Mooney is an experienced art educator, community artist, and community art program coordinator. She’s passionate about delivering high-quality learning experiences that give people opportunities to connect to their own creativity. Leanne was a founding member of Butterfly Studio in Christmas Hills, and has worked with numerous primary schools, secondary schools, and councils. She has a Bachelor of Education, a Graduate Diploma of Sculpture, and a Masters of Fine Art.