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Venue hire at Auckland Museum
THU 25 JUL, WED 28 AUG AND WED 4, 25 SEP
6PM - 9PM
GRAND FOYER, AUCKLAND MUSEUM
TICKETS: $45 BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
Join us for a Slogan Printing Workshop after a guided tour of Carried Away: Bags Unpacked, followed by light snacks and refreshments. You'll design, print and carry away your very own bespoke slogan on a sturdy canvas tote bag.
While you’re relaxing, there will be a short discussion on the history of slogans and personal statements in fashion and art. If you don’t already have a motto, maxim or message, this talk will inspire a statement or two.
Whether it’s rage or rhapsody, funny or frivolous, you will have the opportunity to make a unique, one-off stencil to make a bespoke slogan for a tote bag that's just for you - we provide all the things you'll need.
Get your ideas ready. The shorter the better. Your tote bag can speak for you. Is it a conversation starter or finisher? A serious statement or a silly joke; you decide.
Group bookings can be made but are subject to availability.
10 people group booking $800 - exclusive private workshop class with wine and food included.
Additional people $60 each (up to a limit of 20 people)
Light snacks and refreshments are included as part of this workshop event.
WORDS CARRY WEIGHT - Tote Bag Slogan Printing Workshop will be taken by Dr Elliot Collins.
Born in Auckland in 1983, Elliot Collins graduated from AUT in 2018 with a PhD in visual arts. He is a text-based artist whose practice focuses on public/private memory making, storytelling and the landscape as well as the multi-layered histories of Aotearoa New Zealand.
Elliot has lectured in Art and Design at AUT and currently holds a position of Public Programmes Content Specialist at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.