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Grampians Texture – early bird registration closes soon!

Want to spend a week in the heart of the beautiful Grampians National Park getting in touch with you creative side with the help of top textile artists from Australia and beyond? Grampians Texture runs from 25 February to 1 … Continue reading

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Last week in September

It’s the last week in September and that can only mean one thing. Fibreworks is off to Geelong for the annual Geelong Fibre Forum. Held each year at Geelong Grammar School, the Forum is a melting pot of fibre arts … Continue reading

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Australian Sheep and Wool Show

Come and see us at the Australia Sheep and Wool Show in Bengido. It’s on from Friday 15 to Sunday 17 July at the Bendigo Showgrounds. As well as Fibreworks, there’ll be lots of wool crafts, wearable art and wool fashion … Continue reading

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Long weekend in Brisbane

We’re heading north again, this time to the Textile Art Festival in Brisbane over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend (11-13 June). The Festival will be held at the Brisbane Exhibition Centre, Southbank, from 9am to 5pm each day. You can find … Continue reading

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Old Bus Depot Markets in Canberra

As usual this time of year, Fibreworks is heading north for the special Wool Celebration day at the Old Bus Depot Markets in Canberra on Sunday 15 May. As well as finding a full range of Fibreworks products, there’ll be … Continue reading

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Off to Orange

We’ve had a busy week preparing for our next show. For the next week (Sunday 10 – Saturday 16 April), you can find Fibreworks at the Orange Textile Forum. The Forum takes place at the Wolaroi School, 59 Bathurst Road, Orange. … Continue reading

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Starry, Starry Night

Join us at Wartook Studio Gallery for an exhibition inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”. Painted in 1889, Van Gogh was inspired by the view at night from his window in an asylum in southern France.  The exhibition is … Continue reading

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