WORKSHOP BOOK NOW
Embrace sustainable living and learn to turn items you would normally throw away into something functional and beautiful! In this three-hour workshop, participants will create either a bucket tote bag or an A4-sized folio by upcycling and repurposing rescued PVC banner sheets using a ‘no-sew’ method. Learn a basic embroidery technique to secure the bag’s edges and have fun embellishing and personalising your bag with additional materials provided!* Participants must be at least 5 years old. Children aged 5 to 8 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian (one ticket admits a child aged 5 to 8 and a parent/guardian).
About the exhibition
This is a public programme associated with the exhibition — a Singapore Art Museum (SAM) commission created by Indonesian artist Gatot Indrajati. The artwork encourages viewers to explore the developments of Southeast Asian identity via the influence of Chinese diaspora within the region. Conceived to facilitate access and engagement, the commission is to be experienced in both observation and participation. The commission is exhibited at the Asian Civilisations Museum, Contemporary Art Gallery till 6 October 2019.
About the facilitator
LOOMS is a creative studio and social enterprise dedicated to supporting women, redefining themselves through art and fashion, sustainable craftsmanship and livelihoods. At LOOMS, art and fashion are fused into unique products handcrafted by a team of women artisans.