Stick Together this December at Caboolture HubPosted 19 Nov 2020 by CA Admin
10am – 12pm Thursday 17th December
MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
During COVID we called on communities, across the South-East Queensland North (SEQN) region, to Stick Together as part of a collaborative arts project run by Caboolture-based artist Mel Brady.
Stick Together participants were posted materials and then took part in a series of online workshops in Cross Stick Weaving. Whilst the activity itself could be seen as simple, the idea was to keep communities connected through regular craft sessions and conversations.
Participants were asked to send their final creations back to CAA where we have been collecting them up for a collaborative artwork. Hundreds of individuals, groups and families across SEQN took part in the project during lockdown and now we are ready to share what we’ve all created.
The Stick Together installation will be displayed throughout the Caboolture Hub December and it’s not too late to be a part of the fun – come along to our workshops and add your weaving to the installation.
Stick Together was supported as part of Creative Arts Alliance’s Craft Connect initiative which supported online and at home activities for SEQN communities during COVID. The project has received funding and support from Moreton Bay Regional Council and as part of the Regional Arts Services Network (RASN) funded by Arts Queensland.