The Crumbling Ecologies Project

 

 

call out to artists and crafters!

Artists and Crafters wanted to make thousands upon thousands of hand cast porcelain Geranium Leaves. No prior skills necessary, we will teach you the rest!

The Crumbling Ecologies Project will use thousands of hand cast porcelain geranium leaves to create a large installation in Gallery 1 at Craft Victoria, April 2012.

More details http://crumblingecologies.blogspot.com/p/call-out-to-artists-and-crafters.html
 

FairArtisan is Seeking New Eco Artisans

Selling Style With a Conscience.                          Eco Wearable Art –  Unique Handmade Contemporary Jewellery –  Recycled Art.

Seeking new Eco Artisans. For further information please contact FairArtisan http://www.fairartisan.com/

or https://www.facebook.com/pages/FairArtisan/146786715355925

FairArtisan, Your Alternative, Ethical Online Gallery/Boutique

Your Alternative Ethical Gallery

FairArtisan is an Online Gallery/Boutique- Selling With a Social Conscience.

FairArtisan was devised with a desire to create a supportive and ethical platform for a selected number of local and international artisans. We choose these artisans by their quirkiness of design and their love of re-using and re-creating from eco-friendly materials.

We believe in the concept of Ethical trade and Artistic practices.

We are currently sourcing New Eco-Designers of Wearable Contemporary Art and Edgy Object Graffiti artists. Please take a look at our site, and we’d love to hear from You…

Fair Fashion Show

December 2, 2011 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm

The Fair@Square fashion show showcases a variety of approaches to sustainable, ethical fashion. The mix of fair trade, recycled, organic, and handmade items is just a small selection from the growing number of labels which are proving that fashion with a conscience isn’t just about organic cotton T-shirts any more – there’s plenty to choose from for more dressy occasions too. Stay tuned for more about the inspirational labels that will feature on the catwalk.

Date: Friday 2 December, 2011
Location: BMW Edge, Federation Square
Time: 7.30pm – 9pm
Admission: $30 per ticket (Ticket includes Fashion Show & goody bag)

More details http://moralfairground.com.au/fairfashion.html

Nourish your vision for a sustainable future with an adventurous travelling cocktail party around the Melbourne Museum with artist Natalie Jeremijenko and chef Mihir Desai.

Mixing together art performance, science and modern cuisine, this one-night-only event will treat guests to three delicious, edible cocktails that each stylishly and humorously explore our gastronomic, economic and material interdependency on other creatures.

Discover the museum at night and a whole new perspective on food futures with the Cross Species Adventure Club.

Thursday 1 December 2011
6.00 – 8.00 PM Cocktails + Performance | Food + Drink available 8.00 – 9.00 PM
Melbourne Museum I
11 Nicholson St, Carlton VIC 3053
$45 Full Price | $35 for Museum Members
For further information can be found http://www.carbonarts.org/events/

Art Ability 2011 5th – 12th December, The Atrium -Federation Square

Lots of Fun, Janet Yong

In 2011, ADEC will again be proudly presenting ArtAbility® to the public, with support from the City of Melbourne, Federation Square, The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship (OMAC), Motion Printing, Jen Clarke Design, Hope For The Future, the Disability Services Commissioner and MediQuest.  The exhibition will run from 5th to 12th December, and will be located at The Atrium, Federation Square, as it has been in years past.
This exhibition unites a range of talented artists of all ages from a variety of cultures.  This year’s theme is Freedom, and we are eagerly anticipating interpretations of this theme, presented in a variety of mediums including paintings (oil, acrylic, ink), sketches, sculptures, tapestries, photographs and even poetry.  ArtAbility® is now in its 7th year.  It provides a high profile platform for artists to express themselves in a way that transcends language, race, age, physical and mental health challenges.  
Many up and coming artists have gone on to host their own exhibitions after taking part in ArtAbility®, and artworks have been purchased by many high profile customers and are on display in public and corporate venues around Melbourne.
If you would like to be involved in ArtAbility®, either as an artist, or as a sponsor, please contact Cassandra Glover, Artistic and General Coordinator, on 9480 1666 or via email on artability@adec.org.au