Sat, 30 Jan | 11 King William St

MAKING PAPER FLOWERS MASTERCLASS

Are you interested in cultural exchange, place activation, and community connectedness? Come and make paper flowers and experience the story of the Yangon Alley Gardens: Making Place project. This is a complimentary invitation-only event.
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MAKING PAPER FLOWERS MASTERCLASS

Time & Location

30 Jan, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm AWST
11 King William St, 11 King William St, South Fremantle WA 6162, Australia

About the Event

The Making Paper Flowers includes an overview of the Yangon project and a demonstration on making a descendant of the wild rose of  Myanmar.  compliments the Yangon Alley Garden Exhibition 23 January – 7 February. In 2020 a Yangon community in collaboration with Spatialco, myself, and Doh Eain, a  place-making social enterprise based in Yangon, made and 'planted' 1000 paper flowers in their 170-meter laneway. 

1 AM Start includes an overview of the Yangon project and a demonstration on making a descendant of the wild rose of  Myanmar. of  Myanmar.  flowers with a selected group of WA arts workers and artists interested in cultural exchange, place activation, and community connectedness. 

ABOUT THE AFTERNOON

The half-day masterclass includes an overview of the Yangon project and a demonstration on making a descendant of the wild rose of  Myanmar. Rosa odorata vargigantea is a wild species cultivated for centuries to develop tea roses.

I will provide equipment and materials for your use.

Each participant will go away with their flower. 

12 participants maximum. All Covid safe practices respected.

1 AM Start  

  • Meet & greet
  • Artist’s talk on Yangon Alley Garden project & a  Flower making demonstration from Marina
  • Flower making commences - with coffee at will

4:00 PM Wrap-up

  • Linger for a glass of bubbly
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