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Four tapestries created at the ATW have been featured in the Amity Craft Exhibition 2013 at George Paton Gallery, at the University of Melbourne from the 19th to 22nd of November 2013. The exhbition was organised by the World Craft Council, Asia Pacific Region to promote craft within this region. Our tapestries were displayed along with arts and crafts from Australian and the Asia Pacific region including jewellery, ceramics, textiles and clothing.
Lily Fish, a theatre artist who was an ATW artist-in-residence in 2012, is back at the Workshop rehearsing a site-specific performance that will be part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Lily's work was influenced by the ATW weavers and the tapestries on the looms, including Juan Davila's 'Sorry' 2013 and Brent Harris's 'Rome' 2012. Click on the date above for the recent feature in 'The Age' and to learn more about the project.
Australian Anton Veenstra received the 2013 Award for Everyman clown, while the work of UK weaver Jilly Edwards was highly commended. The Irene Davies Emerging Artist Award, supported by Alan and Alayne Davies, went to With love… by Monika Beniulyte from Lithuania. The judges also highly commended Ema Shin, a Japan-born Australia-based artist who was a 2012 ATW Artist in Residence.