Join this jewellery making workshop taught by Victoria, an amazing woman from Tanzania who is full of laughter and stories to share.
Is this your first time making jewellery? No problem, bring your creativity and imagination to design your own jewellery in 2 hours.
You will be taught how to cut shapes out of sheets of aluminum material and how to finish your design to be fashioned into pendants for necklaces or earrings, or even joined together shapes to create a bracelet. By the end of the class, you will bring home 3 pieces of jewellery.
All the materials and equipment are provided.
Be quick just 10 spots available!
This workshop will run for 2 hours from 12 pm to 2 pm on Saturday the 28th of April.
- How to make jewellery out of aluminium
- How to design your own earrings
- How to create a concept
- Learn how to work metal into wearable pieces of jewellery.
- Learn jewellery making and finishing techniques.
- Skills to make a pair of earrings and a necklace.
- Walk away with three pieces of your own jewellery valued at $20 each.
- Meet and learn about Victoria's personal journey from refugee camp to successful business woman in Australia.
Victoria's jewellery making classes would suit beginners with an interest in learning more about jewellery making, over the age of 12.
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SisterWorks is a social enterprise. A business. But we are also so much more than that. We are a Family.
SisterWorks helps women who are migrants, asylum seekers and refugees start and run their own micro businesses.
We don't just deal in money but also in knowledge and relations. Working is not just about getting paid. It's about having something to fight for in life, being a part of a community and feeling worthy. They have been marginalised due to a lack of identity, language barriers, lack of western culture knowledge, poor employment skills and being the carers of their families. They face long-term unemployment which exacerbates social issues. With on-going support, this vulnerability can be lifted and not become a lifetime issue.We believe that Work Empowers Women and our aim is to support as many women as possible to move into work.