Christi Friesen Polymer Clay Workshops in Geraldton

Christi Friesen and Debbie Crothers Upcoming Polymer Clay Workshops

Very exciting news my creative peeps! Next month, International polymer clay artist Christi Friesen will be running workshops in Geraldton! Christi Friesen is well known for her embellished work, and is the author of several how-to polymer clay books. She uses humor and positive energy to encourage learning, growing and creativity. The workshops are suitable for all skill levels (from ages 12+) - whether you're a total beginner or just keen to learn more. Local polymer clay super star Debbie Crothers will also be present, pulling techniques from each class and demonstrating how they can alternatively be applied to creating jewellery pieces.

Polymer clay workshops on offer are Flower Power, Steam Punk Shark, Glow in the Dark Mystery Specimens and Turtle Time. Just can't choose? Why not sign up for all four and receive a special discounted price. Classes take place over the weekend of August 10-11 2019, at Central Regional Tafe. Being interested in the field of creature design, I'm looking forward to making myself a fun mystery specimen! Woohoo!

Bookings can be made right here on Christi Friesen's website (please note that pricing is in $USD), or contact Debbie Crothers on mintanddeb@bigpond.com for more information. See you there! x

Rachel Weaver

Multidisciplinary Artist at studio 8T4
Rachel began her upbringing in the tiny mining towns of Cue and Leinster where isolation provided ample room for a rapidly growing imagination. A passion for learning and the experimentation of media has led her to become a multidisciplinary artist with a focus on illustration, design, art and photography.

She resides in her hometown of Geraldton, Western Australia with her partner, two dogs, two cats and carnivorous plant collection.
Rachel Weaver

Rachel Weaver

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Rachel began her upbringing in the tiny mining towns of Cue and Leinster where isolation provided ample room for a rapidly growing imagination. A passion for learning and the experimentation of media has led her to become a multidisciplinary artist with a focus on illustration, design, art and photography. She resides in her hometown of Geraldton, Western Australia with her partner, two dogs, two cats and carnivorous plant collection.

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