Clothes Revival Workshop - CANCELLED

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Get ready for Pride and learn sustainable ways to re-vitalise your wardrobe with artist Abbey Rich

Get ready for this year's Pride March with a workshop all about revitalising your wardrobe and embracing your individuality.

Join Abbey Rich as they teach you how to use bright colours, found objects, stamps and brushes to print and paint designs onto fabric.

You’ll create your own designs and patterns to upcycle old clothes, tote bags, fabric scraps – you name it!

What to bring:

  • Apron or old clothes you don’t mind getting dirty.
  • Books or images for inspiration.
  • Lunch, snacks and water.
  • Pre-loved clothes (even stained ones!) like T-shirts, a tea towel, tote bag or even a big scrap of fabric to make a Pride banner. Plain, light coloured fabrics work best.

Please note - no textiles to print on will be provided, you must bring your own. Re-use, recycle, re-vamp!
Suitable for all ages.

Abbey Rich is a non-binary, multidisciplinary artist living and working on stolen Wurundjeri Land in Naarm (Melbourne). Working across canvas, walls and the body, their work is an inquiry into human relationships to each other and their environments. Rich has a particular interest in creating accessible art through community consultation and engagement.

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Event & ticketing details



Wheelchair Access

Dates & Times

WHEN Sat 5 Feb 10:30am & noon & 2pm


FULL $27.00
CONC $23.00


Immigration Museum

400 Flinders St, Melbourne CBD

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Flinders Street


35, 70 or 75 to stop 3

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