WK3Thu 30 Sep

Craft Call: Online Social Studio Wk3

Dial in for Craft Call! An online space for you to make art, together apart.

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  • Art & Design
  • Online

Work on your projects in the company of the Art & Design community and share your progress with others, or simply work off-camera and enjoy chilled beats conversation of others around you. Craft Call brings the campus community to you. 

Each fortnight, facilitators from the Art Start volunteer program will welcome you to the space, providing skill tutorials or themed inspiration to help you get your creative juices flowing. Craft Call participants have the chance to share who they are and what they're working on before settling in to 45 minutes of communal making, followed by a round-up chat with others.  

Curate the Craft Call playlists! If you have a specific jam that gets you in the mood to create, drop it here on the Craft Call playlist, and we'll play it during the sessions. https://spoti.fi/3BPL11T 

WHEN: 

Craft Call runs every first Thursday through term: 

Week 1: 3.00-4.00 September 16 

Week 3: 3.00-4.00 September 30 

Week 5: 3.00-4.00 October 14 

Week 7 3.00-4.00 October 28 

Week 9 3.00-4.00 November 11 

 

WHERE: 

From the comfort of your own room, through Zoom. 

HOW: 

Sign up through Eventbrite [link] 

We'll send out the Zoom link to your nominated email the day before the event. 

 

WHAT TO BRING 

Bring a project you're working on, or just your favorite art-making materials if you want to go with the flow.  

 

You'll have the chance to share techniques and skills (or sit back and just art-make!) 

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Craft Call is a sister project to our Come As You Art workshops, which are facilitated by a licensed art therapist. Craft Call is volunteer run, and not intended as a therapeutic tool.  

Arc @ UNSW A&D Acknowledges that we work, create and exchange knowledge on Aboriginal land. Arc operates across the land of the Gadigal, Bidjigal and Ngunnawal Peoples. We pay our respect to elders past, present and emerging. This will always be Aboriginal land.