What Workshops Are Happening? Sat 14th – Mon 16th Nov
November 13, 2020
QUEER STITCH & RESIST
Craftivism is a way to make connections, make our voices heard, make a difference, make change. Join us in a three-hour workshop to create a political statement in cross stitch and chat about issues that matter to you.
All materials supplied. No experience necessary
Memorial Hall, Torrens Parade Ground, Victoria Drive, Adelaide,
Sun 15th Nov, 1:00 pm
QUEER CRAFTERNOON & BASKET MAKING WORKSHOP
Come along and relax at this workshop where you can learn the craft of basket weaving, or bring your own project and hang out with other crafty queers. Crafters can catch up and share stories of their experiences of the time of pandemic, see old friends and meet new ones. Fanny Jacobson will share her experience of 10 years of weaving and teach how to craft a raffia basket using
traditional and innovative techniques. You will go home with the skills and materials to complete your very own basket. Weaving materials and afternoon tea provided. No previous experience required.
Diverse-City, 116 Grote Street, Adelaide,
Sun 15th Nov, 2:00pm
$10 | $6
ROAR DRUMLINE WORKSHOP
ROAR Drumline is a popup community band that has been drumming for good causes since 2014 including: climate change justice, women’s right to safety, queer rights, migrant and refugee solidarity, and more. Come along to a fun workshop, learn percussion parts from scratch and play in the band! No musical experience or instrument ownership necessary.