Master the art of terrarium making with one of Melbourne’s finest mini landscapers, Amy Wong from Petite Green. You will learn plant selection for open or closed terrariums, special soil composition for ferns, terrarium design and terrarium care.
All you need to bring is a clean 2 to 4 litre clear non-coloured glass container such as a fish bowl, Candy Jar, Apothecary Jar (Lid optional). Please make sure you can fit your hand into the opening of the glass container. All other materials will be supplied including a variety of unique Ferns, Angels Tears and other indoor plants, plastic figurines, soil, rocks and other items to create your terrarium.
Amy Wong from Petite Green has been making terrarium and teaching people how to make terrariums for over four years in Melbourne. She has run workshops in both Sydney and Melbourne and lectured at The University of Melbourne. Not only does she create terrariums with meticulous detail, she also takes great pride in producing fun and educational workshops.
ABOUT THE STOCKROOM
The stockroom of most institutions, museums and galleries is the space known for storing the most amount of work “not for public display”… Until now.
Bringing to the public eye, a part of the art world usually considered private, elitist, and often kept behind closed doors is the ‘The Stockroom’. Hosting work from emerging and established artists of various disciplines, the stockroom is the perfect platform to engage new audiences and educate them on the vast array of talent existing in urban art today.
With the ethos that art is for everyone and belief that anyone can start their own collection the stockroom carries affordable entry level works right through to higher end statement pieces. Hosting regular exhibitions that showcase new bodies of work from a stable of local and international talent, with a keen focus on engaging the local community.