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Basket Twining Workshop with Lanny Mackenzie

  • The Corner Store Gallery 382 Summer Street Orange, NSW, 2800 Australia (map)
The Corner Store Gallery Basket Weaving Workshop with Lanny Mackenzie

The Corner Store Gallery Basket Weaving Workshop with Lanny Mackenzie

Twining Basket Workshop with Lanny Mackenzie

When: Sunday March 3rd, 1-5pm

Price: $110

Join experienced weaver and fibre artist Lanny Mackenzie in weaving a basket made from natural or recycled materials. Twined weaving refers to using multiple materials, one that is more rigid for the base and another two that are more flexible for the sides of the basket. All materials will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own to incorporate into your piece. Lanny will show you how to weave your own basket in a 4 hour workshop. $110 gets you 4 hours of instruction by our local weaving expert, a finished product to call your own, and a whole afternoon of unforgettable crafting fun! We'll take a break to provide tea, coffee and other light refreshments.

To see one pictures from one of our previous workshops with Lanny click here.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Due to the nature of these workshops we can only refund your ticket if cancelled at least 7 days before the workshop.

About Lanny

I’ve been weaving since 2002, after first introduced to traditional weaving in Condobolin NSW. For me, weaving is a soothing meditative art that allowed expression of my creativity, using natural sustainable and recycled materials. Weaving / basket making is a tactile experience that is immersed with life stories—the patience and pride in workmanship that is often missing in our fast paced lives.

In 2013 I went to the UK as part of cultural exchange program between Derbyshire Arts Council and ArtsOutWest NSW, to exhibit during the Wirksworth Festival and conducted weaving workshops for the public. Since then I’ve participated in various solo and group exhibitions as well as continuing to run weaving workshops.

I like to think that my pieces convey not only beauty but the importance of handmade cultural objects as they represent the beliefs, values and life stories. I find that it’s an evolving art practise combining the old with contemporary, and with my Indonesian/Chinese background I hope to continue incorporating my culture into my weaving.