Communities across SEQN to Stick Together as part of a creative project in response to COVID19Posted 12 May 2020 by CA Admin
Communities across SEQN to Stick Together as part of a creative project in response to COVID19.
Stick Together, led by Caboolture local artist Mel Brady, will be the first in a series of community art projects as part of CAA’s free Craft Connect program.
Stick Together participants will be posted materials and then take part in an online workshop in Cross Stick Weaving.
Participants will then send their final creations back to CAA where it will become part of an installation made up of the hundreds of weavings created by local participants.
Whilst the activity itself and the workshop could be seen as simple, the idea is to keep communities connected through regular craft sessions and conversations. We also hope in some small way that contributing to the larger installation highlights that even in this time we are all still connected.
CAA is calling for participants for their Stick Together project from across the SEQN region which includes the local government areas of Gympie, Noosa, Sunshine Coast, Moreton Bay, Somerset and Redlands.
We will look to coordinate workshop sessions with similar age groups and experience levels however anyone can participate.
Register your interest at https://forms.gle/1d6Qjcubb5BFQjD99
Larger groups from community, arts or education organisations should contact Katie to discuss possible engagement in the project – firstname.lastname@example.org