Event Fimo workshop with Homejob

Fimo workshop with Homejob

16 December 2017
2pm–4pm

  • Event Cost:
    $20 IMA Members/$30 Non-Members

Learn how to work with Fimo, a type of polymer clay, to make accessories with Brisbane-based jewellery-making duo Homejob. During this workshop learn techniques for working with Fimo using different tools and with your hands. Homejob will teach you how to create marbling effects with a summer colour palette and then assemble components using jewellery findings and string.

At the end of the workshop take home your own polymer clay creations!

This is a ticketed event with limited capacity. Purchase tickets via Eventbrite here. 

Workshop Cancellation Policy
Please note that if minimum numbers are not reached this workshop will be cancelled. Participants will be notified of cancellation 48 hours prior to the workshop date and refunded accordingly.

Participant Cancellation Policy
Bookings cancelled up to one week prior to the start of the workshop will be fully refunded.
Bookings cancelled within a week prior to the start of the workshop will receive a 50% refund.
Unfortunately, we are unable to refund bookings cancelled within 24 hours prior to the start of the workshop.

Guest Info
  • Homejob

    Homejob is a Brisbane-based brand, run by ceramicist and designer, Wendy Ma and visual artist, Emika Kazama. Together they create handmade artisan objects, one-off accessory pieces and ethically made clothing garments. The duo’s production practices center around social and environmental sustainability, opposing the fast-fashion cycle by using home-made techniques and engaging with the local arts community through collaboration.

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