Construct tiny worlds within up-cycled glass vessels!
This 1.5 hr workshop will run on the following dates in 2022:
Saturday 20 August
Using a combination of succulents and hardy plants, you’ll create miniature gardens to add life and greenery to your home. Participants will learn how to propagate from cuttings and use pebbles, little animals and found objects to construct tiny worlds within up-cycled glass vessels.
Emma Grace is a facilitator and contemporary jeweller who is passionate about incorporating sustainability into her work. She was featured in The Age Melbourne Magazine’s Top 100 most inspiring and influential people for her initiatives combining craft and sustainability.
Emma has taught workshops for schools, councils, community centres and festivals for over 10 years. She has extensive experience working with diverse groups of people and thrives on creating a positive environment in which participants can flourish.
What you will learn
How to construct the terrarium artistically
What you will get
- Glass vessel, succulent plants, soil, pebbles, feature object
What to bring
- People with sensitive skin should bring gloves
What to wear
- Comfortable clothing
CERES reserves the right to cancel workshops due to insufficient numbers.
If we cancel the workshop you will be entitled to a 100% refund, or you may choose to transfer to another date, subject to availability.
If you decide to withdraw 7 or more days prior to the workshop date CERES will retain a 10% administration fee.
If you decide to withdraw less than 7 days prior to the workshop date CERES will retain 100% of your workshop fee.
Should CERES have to cancel the course due to Government changes relating to the COVD-19 response, we will let you know as soon as possible. Affected participants will be sent a notification that includes details on how to re-book another date or workshop. While cancellations on our part remain refundable within the specified time period, we do hope you will consider bearing with us in these precarious and trying times, and consider the rescheduled date where possible.