In Brisbane, January 29, 2012: Learn how to make:
- bags from food wrappers (chip and lolly packets, etc)
- beads from old cards, old books, junk mail or scrap paper
- coiled paper bowls from junk mail or discarded magazines/catalogues
Bookings are essential for this workshop: Registration form Jan 29 The Rubbish Removers Underwood
If you are studying, you may be eligible for RPL. Talk to Megan.
When: Sunday 29th January 2012, 9.30am to 12.30pm
Where: The recycling shed (oh yes, PARADISE, there are lots of goodies for you to buy for your ongoing art and craft supplies) of The Rubbish Removers, 86 Kingston Road, Underwood. Google maps show three big sheds down a driveway – The Rubbish Removers, are the middle /biggest shed. There is good access from all parts of the city, Toowoomba and Gold Coast with major roads close by.
Who: Anyone interested in craft, especially recycled craft as a diversional and intentional teaching activity. Smart Art workshops are especially popular with crafters, artists, early childhood educators and teachers.
Cost: $45.00 and bring your own scissors, ruler and pen. Take home three recycled crafts, “how to” sheets and all the RPL evidence you may need to support your learning and participation.
Your workshop facilitator is a Social Work trainer and author. Your certificate is teacher registration and professional development compliant.
The workshop has a theory part on gyres, sustainability, recycling and group participation through smart art.
Check out our facebook page to see what previous participants have said about the workshops. Because we fit elements 2 and 4 of the Early Years Learning Framework and the My Time Our Place frameworks, MANY educators come and LOVE our hands on recycled craft workshops.
In the interest of a paper free waste environment, please share this with your networks on facebook, twitter, email or any other social network you use.