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Artist Exchange | 2020 Annual Makers Market

Photography by Nancy Trieu

Saturday 28 November | 4pm – 7pm

The Artist Exchange | Annual Makers Market at Campbelltown Arts Centre is back for 2020, showcasing Western Sydney and the Macarthur region’s diverse community of artists and makers. Get a head-start on your Christmas shopping and experience a unique range of stalls featuring a bespoke offering of artwork, ceramics, jewellery,textiles, woven pieces unique gifts and more.

Stalls:
Amanda Skye
Aunty Jenny Shillingsworth
Bear Spirit
Campbelltown Group of the
Embroiderer’s Guild NSW
Celeste Wrona
Friends of Campbelltown Arts Centre
Glass Art and Lampshades by Dianna Hickey
Holly Eva
Hume Artworks
Jelly and Freya (Freya Jobbins and Jalena Zakula)
Kimono Circle (Seiko Yamada)
Little Orange Studio
Macarthur Ceramics Group
Michael Sarkis Art
PetaPeta Ceramics (Peta O’Halloran)
Ross Copper Industries
Sponungy
Together (Natalie Valiente, Susan Grant, Jo Tanginoa)
Toodle Pip Designs (Danielle Green and Frances Small)
Vellaquin (Julia Quinn)


Workshops, tickets are limited

Go SANPO! with Minnu
Session times: 4pm, 5pm (45 mins duration)
Cost: $20

Suitable for ages 5-12

Join local vlogger Minnu from Minnu’s Amazing World on a SANPO 散歩 (walking) adventure in Campbelltown Arts Centre’s beautiful Japanese Gardens. During the workshop, your child will receive their very own Sanpo Drawing Pack valued at $20. This Drawing Pack will guide the group on a sensory tour to discover and draw the unique aspects of the garden before stopping at the tea house to fold and decorate their very own pet origami koi fish.


Christmas Napkin Printing
Session times: 
4:30pm, 5:15pm, 6pm, 6:45pm (20 min duration)
Cost: $10
Suitable for all ages

Make your own set of 4 Christmas napkins with the Little Orange Studio artists.  They make the perfect holiday gift!

Auslan Interpreted Fishers Ghost Exhibition Tour
4.30pm – 5.30pm
Cost: Free

Join Little Orange Studio artist, Renee Allara on an Auslan interpreted tour of the 2020 Fishers Ghost Art Award. Gain insight into Renee’s studio practice and key works by Little Orange Studio artists, their processes and numerous influences.

Little Orange is a Campbelltown Arts Centre working studio for artists who identify with a disability. The studio has been running since 2014 and fosters artistic practice through the provision of materials, mentorships, business training and access to industry professionals.

Booking required via the link below or call our Box Office on 02 4645 4100.

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