Making it as a Maker

What to Bring

  • Note pad and pen

What to Wear

  • Casual

Making it as a Maker

About This Class

Class Schedule

  • Wednesday, 24 June 2015, 7:00 - 8:30 pm

What You Will Learn

  • Find what it’s really like to follow your passions and make a living from it as ethically as possible.
  • Learn how to prepare quick, sustainable and nourishing food to give you all the support and energy you need.

What You Get

  • Inspired discussion and a scrumptious meal.

Description

As part of Work-Shop Makery’s programme of activities and events on the theme of Upcycling in the month of June, we are delighted to have our neighbours at Spunky Bruiser host an event around ethical approaches to making and living.

Enjoy a wholesome local market procured dinner whilst hearing a casual and insightful discussion lead by Bex Frost and Christian Olea of Spunky Bruiser and Soto Smith labels on what it’s really like to follow your passions and make a living from it as ethically as possible. Participants will hear about what has inspired the choices Bex and Christian have made and some of the hurdles that can be expected in handmade small business. Questions welcome and discussion encouraged -with 9 years experience and heads full of high ideals there will be plenty to talk about.

Holistic Lifestyle Coach Leila Lutz from Momentum For Life will treat you to a wholesome delicious meal. Purchased directly from local Farmers Markets and prepared nutritionally for you to enjoy, Leila will share with you her approach to preparing quick, sustainable and nourishing food to give you all the support and energy you need to keep being a busy maker.

About Bex Frost and Christian Olea – Spunky Bruiser | Soto Smith

Bex and Christian have been running their predominantly handmade business independently for almost 9 years now. They are the designers and makers of locally based Spunky Bruiser and Soto Smith clothing and accessory labels. Currently occupying 68 Oxford St Darlinghurst is their retail and open studio space. The range is made of one-off unique originals made mostly from salvaged materials and caters for babies through to adults. Places to see what they have to offer are at www.spunkybruiser.com and on instagram @boganvogue and @spunkybruiser.

About Leila Lutz – Momentum for Life

Leila has over 10 years of experience in the health and wellness industry with a specific focus and interest in the areas of nutrition, naturopathy and exercise. Her unique philosophy is centred around the four key pillars of life – Movement, Nutrition, Rejuvenation and Fulfilment. Her philosophy is guided by the belief that all individuals can achieve their ideal health and wellness.

As in life, so in health, each journey has many roads and intersections, Momentum for Life aims to empower you with the necessary tools to create positive impacts across all areas of your life and to stay on the path of good health, vitality and happiness

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