Jewellery Assemblage with Bianca Mavrick
27 April 2019
Join Brisbane-based contemporary jeweller Bianca Mavrick for a hands-on workshop, bringing together recycled materials to create eclectic contemporary jewellery assemblages.
Using diverse post-industrial materials sourced from Reverse Garbage, or from your own home, learn how to bring new life into discarded everyday objects using lo-fi techniques.
Mavrick, who is known for her pairings of offbeat colour combinations with bold shapes, will help guide you through planning and assembling your design.
Flex your creative muscles to construct unique earrings, a pendant, brooch, or sculptural form, and take home your up-cycled creation at the end of the workshop.
All materials are provided, however Mavrick invites you to bring along broken jewellery or small household items to rework.
Bianca Mavrick is a Brisbane-based contemporary jeweller whose signature offbeat colour combinations and graphic motifs have made her pieces sought after here in her hometown and across the globe. With a background in Industrial Design, Mavrick pits artisanal processes against industrial fabrication using a combination of precious and everyday materials. Her work has been exhibited and stocked across gallery and design stores in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, internationally in the USA, Japan and China, and online with retailers at Anthropologie, Shopbop, and more.