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Open from 10am to 4pm every Thursday to Sunday until Sunday, 28 May 2023.
The exhibition features an array of stunning works that showcase Tasmania’s textile artisans’ incredible skills and creativity. From intricate weavings to intricate dyeing techniques, visitors can expect to see a diverse range of works that highlight the beauty and versatility of textiles.
One of the most fascinating aspects of the exhibition is the collaboration between members of the Guild, who have worked together to create unique and innovative pieces that showcase the potential of fiber arts. Visitors can expect to see a range of collaborative works that feature stunning color combinations, intricate patterns, and unusual textures.
The Weaver’s Cottages Studio is the perfect location for this exhibition, with its cozy and intimate atmosphere providing the perfect backdrop for the works on display. Visitors can expect to be inspired by the creativity and skill of the Guild members, and may even be tempted to try their hand at fiber arts themselves.
For those who want to learn more about the art of textile and fiber crafts, there will be opportunities to meet with members of the Guild, who will be on hand to answer questions and provide insights into their craft. Whether you’re an experienced crafter or simply appreciate the beauty of textiles, this exhibition is not to be missed.
So why not plan a visit to the Weaver’s Cottages Studio and immerse yourself in the world of textile and fiber arts? The exhibition is only open for a limited time, so be sure to visit before Sunday 28 May to experience the magic for yourself.
The Weaver’s Cottages Studio, located at 104 High St, Oatlands