Australian Design Centre

Artist Talk: Gingham All You’ve Got

How do we give our most abundant textiles a new lease on life?

Designer, Eloise Rapp, talks us through her exhibition work, Gingham All You’ve Got, and shares insight into her sustainable design practice, techniques and processes - with the opportunity for questions along the way.

About Eloise Rapp

Eloise is a textile designer and educator working on Dharug and Gundungurra land in the Blue Mountains. Through her design studio, Push Pull Textiles, she applies the wisdom of traditional textile methods and philosophies to contemporary challenges in design and manufacturing. Working from the principle that any material can be broken down and re-assembled, Push Pull’s purpose is to use what is available—rejecting outdated and harmful models of overproduction and instead exploring the potential of what already exists. The results are rich and expressive studies in the transformational quality of hand making.

When: Saturday 17 April, 2021, 2 – 3 pm

Free, bookings required

The exhibition: Gingham All You’ve Got, is on display in Australian Design Centre’s Object Space, 25 March – 13 May.

We are following the NSW Health COVID-19 Safety Industry Guidelines for museums and galleries to keep our guests and staff safe.

Event starts
Saturday 17 April, 2021
Event ends
Saturday 17 April, 2021
Venue
Australian Design Centre
Venue Address
101 – 115 William Street Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Location

Sydney ,

Website
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Category
Panels, Lectures & Ideas