Are you looking for a unique and creative Mothers Day gift?


Join Wiradjuri artist, Jessika Spencer at Craft + Design Canberra and enjoy a hands on creative experience in a fun and relaxed setting that you can share with your mum.

In this workshop Jessika will guide you through cultural weaving techniques both traditional and contemporary, using traditional and modern fibres to make a one off pair of woven earrings. All materials are provided.


About Jessika

Jessika Spencer is a Wiradjuri woman from the Sandhills of Narrungdera, New South Wales. For over the past decade she has resided on beautiful Ngunnawal country, where she currently creates her art. Being an Aboriginal woman, culture and art go hand in hand. They are intertwined and are an ongoing source of inspiration for her. Through her varied art forms, Jessika explores her cultural identity. Jessika is a First Nations weaver, writer and activist.


Support Artists and Learn from the Best

Craft + Design Canberra Anytime workshops provide an opportunity for audiences to learn from the unique skillsets of our members: individuals who are highly regarded in their fields as artists, designers, and craftspeople.

Craft + Design Canberra prides itself on paying fair rates of pay to our artists as recommended by NAVA (the National Association for the Visual Artists). Our artists are the best in their fields and deserve fair remuneration. Audiences attending our activities learn from the best.

Craft + Design Canberra is a not-for-profit membership-based organisation supporting artists, craft practitioners, designers and makers at every stage of their careers. Craft + Design Canberra Anytime workshops are designed to create opportunities for our members to showcase their skills, engage with community, and earn incomes.


Images: Coolamon Earrings, Jessika Spencer, 2020, | Image courtesy of the artist