A family friendly wearable art show promoting environmental sustainability and featuring Peace People designs by Access Arts Link
A full disability access event.
Interweave Arts invites you to attend PreMade Wearable Art Show, a junior REMADE event involving Mowbray Heights, Invermay and East Tamar primary schools.
Like REMADE, PreMade challenges junior designers and artists to use recycled materials to create unique high fashion garments in innovative and unexpected ways. The focus of PreMade is sustainability, creativity, community inclusiveness and having fun.
WHERE: Mowbray Primary Performing Arts Center, 20-30 Cadorna St, Mowbray
WHEN: 6.30pm, Thursday 30 June
GUEST MC's: Emma Williams and Fakington Wilde
As part of the Tamar Valley Peace Festival keep your out for the Access Arts Link Peace People outfits which have been designed to celebrate and promote peace.
PreMade 2016 is a FREE event with full disability access
PreMade 2016 is a component of Streets Alive@The Precinct, a dynamic multi-arts and cultural experience promoting and celebrating community well-being as a vital element of contemporary urban living.
PreMade is supported by the Launceston School Community Partnerships Project (an initiative of the Australian Government, Department of Education & Training).
REMADE: The Zine is generously funded by NRM North
PreMade 2016 is an Interweave Arts event also supported by the Smith Family, City of Launceston, WD Booth, Arts Tasmania, Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, Department of Education, Tamar Valley Peace Festival
Contact Karen Revie: email@example.com