Add a touch of handmade love to Christmas this year with Origami and Kirigami decorations.
Lead by paper artist Ai Kneebone from Paperazzi Design Studio, you will learn the ancient art of Origami and Kirigami. Master how to fold, cut & create your own Christmas ornaments out of a single sheet of paper.
Paperazzi Design Studio are mad about pushing the boundaries of art & design within the realm of paper and bookbinding. They create anything from paper installation and paper props to visual merchandising. Paperazzi Design Stuio love teaching and sharing their paper love.
IMAGE > Courtesy of Paperazzi Design Studio
- Learn the ancient art of Origami & Kirigami.
- Create, cut & fold your own Christmas ornaments from a single sheet of paper.
- Make this Christmas extra special with handmade decorations.
- Take home your own Origami & Kirigami decorations!
- All materials provided.
Suitable for adults. No previous experience necessary.
Vendor sincce 2016
LINDEN NEW ART is a public gallery that specializes in displaying new contemporary art.
The gallery opened to the public in 1986 and is located in the seaside suburb of St Kilda. Housed in a Victorian mansion, Linden’s grand domestic building makes it a unique place to see, explore and discuss contemporary art. Our annual exhibition program features work from artists across Australia and overseas. Exhibitions change every eight weeks and are supported by a range of dynamic programs to allow for visitors to learn about, debate and question contemporary art. Opportunities to and meet artists and curators are regular features of our programs.
ABOUT THE BUILDING
Linden’s grand Victorian architecture was commissioned by Moritz Michaelis in the mid 1800s. Michaelis arrived in Australia in 1853 and set up a successful business during Melbourne Gold Rush.
The architect AF Kursteiner designed the two storied mansion to be a grand family residence. It was built between 1855 and 1885. The curator of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne, William Guilfoyle designed the extensive gardens that originally surrounded the property.
The house remained in the Michaelis family for many decades and in 1957 the Michaelis family sold the house and it became a private hotel known as Linden Court.
Linden Court was operated by migrants Theodour and Alice van Veenendaal until it was sold to council. In 1983 it was purchased by the St Kilda City Council and Linden Arts Centre and Gallery were opened in late 1986.