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DIY Resin Art

Are you ready to create a masterpiece?! In this DIY Resin Art workshop, you will be guided through the entire process in a hands-on class and create your very own resin artwork. You will be provided with a 50cm round panel and all the dyes, pigments and pearlescent powders needed to create artworks with epoxy resin. Reba from Pretty Burd, Sydney will be demonstrating how to work with the epoxy resin and how to mix colours and techniques for applying and creating designs. Whether you've worked with resin before, or are a complete beginner, we'll make sure you leave this class with a finished product you'd be proud to call your own! Your finished artwork will requires drying period of 24hours so will need to be collected from the venue after this time. *Please note: We do not recommend this workshop to pregnant women as chemicals in the form of resins are used. About Reba and Pretty Burd... Reba is a Visual Artist from the Central Coast NSW. She spent her uni years studying Fine Art at the University of Western Ontario. She is a teacher, mother, and lover of all things PRETTY!  Check out her beautiful resin works HERE!

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Propagation Knowhow with Sharon Barbera

Why buy when you can propagate? Join plant guru Sharon Barbera for this session covering the basics of plant propagation for common house plants such as devils ivy, ficus, and succulents.This seminar will cover how to choose the right indoor plants, what you need to create the ideal environment for propagation and tips for growing in water, soil and air layering. Perfect for the plant obsessed and those wanting to learn a new skill. Sign up and turn your home into a green oasis!  Date and time:   Saturday 29th of September, 10:00am - 11:00am Saturday 8th of December, 10:00am - 11:00am 10% off plants at the concept store when you show your ticket About Sharon: Sharon is a horticultural consultant and garden designer with over 25 years experience working in Perth.  After expert training and experience at Waldecks, Sharon co-founded The Terrace Gardener in Waratah Avenue, Dalkeith. Sharon now works as a horticultural consultant, and garden designer, allowing her to indulge all her passions of designing gardens of all sizes, and discovering, researching and finding the plants that will best fit your requirements. Photos by Rae Fallon. * Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable, but you are more than welcome to send a friend in your place if you cannot attend. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.

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Soy Candle Workshop

The main passion of 'Made with Love' are our soy candle workshops! We invite you for two hours + of learning 'how to make your very own beautiful soy candles' from scratch in a lovely, relaxed environment. During the workshop, you will learn everything step by step and get to know lots of tips & tricks, so you can be creative at home. Crafting your own soy candles is an incredible hobby to take up and will allow you to explore your creative side.

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Empowering Women | DjerpDjerp Kaarlak high tea for Caritas

Djerp-Djerp Kaarlak will be hosting a high tea featuring a pamper session and crafting corner to raise funds for Caritas. The event will feature guest speakers talking about empowering women. All food will be vegan. Please let us know if you will require gluten free, or have other allergies so we can cater accordingly. Performers: Ally-AnneArtistrySpeakers to be confirmed.Tickets will need to be purchased in advance for catering purposes at https://www.trybooking.com/412066For details of how the funds will be used, please see https://womenfortheworld.org.au/

Eating Amplified | A Music and Pop Up Dinner Series

Born from our love of music and passion for food...We have set out to create a brand new kind of event, where food and music share the stage to bring you an experience to fill the senses.Each week we explore the connection between food and music through a carefully curated menu and an intimate live performance.The evenings will be held at the Eat No Evil HQ in Fremantle each Saturday in September.These evenings are going to be something special!! What to expect:-Six course Eat No Evil Feast-A bottle of beautiful natural wine for each table from Left Field Wine Store- South Fremantle Brewing beer tasting selection-An intimate live performance each week from some of Perth's finest musicians. Week 1 (1st Sept)- Fraeya Week 2 (8th Sept)- Grievous Bodily Calm Week 3 (15th Sept)- Dan Howls Week 4 (29the Sept)- Stu Harcourt

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Ignite the Nest Art Exhibition Opening Night

Be part of a new exciting art space in Fremantle as we launch the official opening night of "Ignite the Nest" Art Exhibition. There will be a wide range of art displayed for viewing and sales from both loca,l up- and- coming and established artists with an alluring blast of live art with body painting, aerial silk performance, and live music. The Swan’s Nest endeavours to foster and support the artistic community by offering a free exhibition space and the opportunity to connect with fellow artists. Come and share ideas and be inspired!There will be nibbles provided and inexpensive beverages available at the bar. We have couches for your comfort and a bonfire to keep you toasty warm.

Drawing Workshops with Ross Potter

Join artist Ross Potter in a fabulous drawing workshop where you will contribute to a wonderful mural of life-size animals. Using a grid system to combine small observational drawings into a large mural, Ross will teach you drawing and shading skills while you contribute your own patch to a spectacular large artwork. Dates: Monday 1 October - Thursday 4 OctoberTimes: 10.15am, 11am, 11.45am, 1pm, 1.45pmCost: Free. WA Maritime Museum adult entry fees apply.Age: All agesBookings: Essential. Book by calling 1300 134 081 or visit http://museum.wa.gov.au/holidays-wa-maritime

Make a Video Game Controller, Animate, Code & Play

In this 1 hour school holiday activity you will make a working push-button to run a video game you can re-program. This is an introductory course to get a taste of learning about electronics and scratch coding, or 'physical computing' (interfacing electronics to/from the virtual to real world).Groups are kept small, maximum of 6 (please contact to accommodate a big group). All Ages - Introduction to physical computing with video game electronics for kids, teens, adults!{Under 10's will require parental supervision} Learn by doing a fun hands-on activity making a working push-button switch to decorate and take home. Interface the push-button to a Raspberry Pi computer’s input/output wiring to drive a video game character. Instead of being limited to playing yet another video game, make the game controller, colour & re-animate the game characters, and change the program through simple block coding. Limited space, booking is essential.

Photography Workshops

Come and explore the 'As Eye See It' exhibition at the WA Shipwrecks Museum, and find out about the wonderful world of photography with expert photographer Kingsley Klaus. Develop your photography skills, train your eye and piece together your photos to make a wonderful record of your world as you see it. The best photograph will receive a wonderful D3400 camera prize from Nikon!Dates: Monday 1 October – Wednesday 3 OctoberTimes: 10.30am and 11.30amCost: $7Age: 8-14 (participants must be accompanied by an adult)Bookings: Places are limited, so bookings are essential. To book call 1300 134 081 or  visit http://museum.wa.gov.au/holidays-wa-shipwrecks-museum

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How Do Computers Work

Learn how computers think. Spend an afternoon learning basic computer binary logic, electronic circuits and basic computer programming. Hands-on physical computing wiring a circuit then coding a video game. Ages 10+ - Families welcome. Everyone from kids, teens, parents and interested adults welcome this workshop. Book essential as workshop is kept small, maximum of 6 (please contact to accommodate a big group). Pre-requests: None. The "Make Video Game Controller & Coding" activity prior to this workshop would be helpful but not essential. Objective: To Have Fun! At same time learn how your computer, video games and all computer electronics basically work. Limited space, booking is essential.

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Explore Discover Cook Eat

Join us on an exploration of how fish work–both inside and out! A Museum scientist will dissect a fish to show you the amazing biology that lies under its skin. Then a visiting chef from the National Hotel in Fremantle will prepare a delicious fish recipe to share with you! Dates: Tuesday 2 OctoberTimes: 11am and 1pmCost: Free. WA Maritime Museum adult entry fees apply.Age: 7+Bookings: Essential on 1300 134 081 or visit http://museum.wa.gov.au/holidays-wa-maritime Explore, Discover, Cook, Eat! workshops are kindly supported by Kailis’ Fish Market and The National Hotel, Fremantle.