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Make Her: Communal Collage with Freya Jobbins 

Make Her: Communal Collage with Freya Jobbins
15th August, 6:30pm-9:00pm  
Cost: $50 pp minimum 8 people.  
Ages: 16+  

No matter your skill level, creativity is for all women. If you feel like a creative community is missing from your life, Make Her might just be the community for you.  

Make Her is a one workshop a term event hosted by creative women from South Sydney. Join regional artist Freya Jobbins for a Communal Collage workshop where you explore and learn more about the incredible medium that is collage. Participants will become obsessed with this artform with an inclusive, entertaining, and collaborative environment. 

Participants will create a number of collages to take home, the most entertaining one will be the one all the participants design together. 

This environmentally friendly workshop uses unwanted and discarded books and magazines on reclaimed cardboard. All materials are included but you are most welcome to bring illustrated books you would like to use and most importantly, a wild imagination. 

About Freya 

South West Sydney artist Freya Jobbins’ works across assemblage, collage, installation, and printmaking. Her work is based on appropriation, re-contextualisation and the subversion of pre- existent objects, exploring contemporary gynocentric narratives of the human condition, notions of identity, aesthetics, motifs and her own dissimulation. BVA 2018 and a Dip FA 2008. 

A finalist in Hazelhurst Art On Paper, McClelland National Small Sculpture Prize, Sculpture at Scenic World, Sunshine Coast National Art Prize, Silk Cut, Fishers Ghost Art Awards, Tom Bass Prize for Figurative Sculpture, Blacktown Art Prize, PARAMOR Art & Innovation Prize, Hidden ROOKWOOD, Woollahra Small Sculpture & Willoughby Sculpture Prizes. 

Some Group exhibitions IN THE ARMS OF UNCONCSCIOUNESS Hazelhurst, BELONGING Ngununggula Southern Highlands, WRESTLEMANIA Rockhampton, MARRIAGE LOVE AND LAW Penrith Gallery, WE ARE ALL CONNECTED TO CAMPBELLTOWN Campbelltown Arts Centre. Solo Exhibitions RETURN 2020 Wagga Wagga and FIREWALL 2020 Goulburn Regional Galleries. 

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