BAKING BAROSSA MEMORIES
WITH THOSE BAROSSA GIRLS
Our food memories are powerful stories that have the ability to hurtle us back through time, to days when grandparents, parents, aunts, uncles, cousins and community-get-togethers involved rituals and recipes.
The recipes contained in The Barossa Cookery Book, and the host of other regional cookbooks are precious snapshots in time. But more than that, they are enduring legacies of times past, connections to people, places and stories that are valuable. Do you have a family recipe that has a regional connection? A community cookbook from anywhere within the greater Barossa that you would like to share?
Please join us for a wonderful afternoon of sharing Barossa food memories, conversations, connections and recipes. Bring any cookbooks or photos (and their associated stories) that you would like to share. We would love to see them!
When: May 18 1-4pm
Cost: Free, with afternoon tea provided
Registrations at the door, call 8563 8340 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
HANDBUILDING WITH RAKU CLAY
WITH ARTIST FRUZSI KENEZ
In this delux ceramic workshop, you can look forward to three hours of tuition with Adelaide-based ceramicist and illustrator Fruzsi Kenez. Exploring various methods of hand-building functional vessels and tableware, participants will have the opportunity to make a spoon and small ring-dish and learn the technique of coiling and move forward to making larger pieces and personal projects.
Through the extended length of this workshop there will be an opportunity for making a number large pieces. This can include a set of mugs or bowls, platters and dishes. The workshop fee covers three hours of tuition, all professional quality materials including unlimited clay, underglaze paints and tools in addition to bisque and glaze firing that Fruzsi will do on the student's behalf. There will also be a small afternoon tea.
Finished works will be returned to Barossa Gallery on June 8. No experience necessary.
When: Saturday 11 May 11am-2pm
Cost: $125 per person (normally $175 p/p, $55 subsidized by The Barossa Council). Bookings available here.
FUSED GLASS PENDANTS & BROOCHES
WITH JOY LEVINS
Come and make your own fused glass pendant or brooch with Adelaide Hills glass artist, Joy Levins. No previous glass experience necessary, just some fun guaranteed. Design your own stunning piece of jewelry. Joy will then fire it and return your ready to wear piece the following week. A perfect Mother's Day present! Suitable for 12+ years.
When: Saturday 1 June, 2-3pm
Cost: $50 p/p including all materials. To
book contact Joy on email@example.com.