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35 Johnston st,
Collingwood
VIC 3066 AUST.

Opening Hours
12–6PM TUE–FRI
10AM–4PM SAT

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Muhubo Sulieman Woven earring making workshop

Dates: 6th of Feb, 2-3pm

Join Muhubo Sulieman, textile artist from The Social Studio, for a one hour workshop. Muhubo will teach attendees how to make earrings using traditional Somali weaving techniques. No prior weaving experience necessary.

Maximum workshop size is 12 people.
Register to obtain a place to nina@busprojects.org.au

Muhubo Sulieman is a Somali traditional weaver. She was self - taught at a young age, growing up in Somalia where she learned a variation of cultural weaving and sewing skills. She specializes in handmade traditional rugs, bags and wall decorations, allowing her to showcase her traditional Somali craft to a wider audience while at the same time preserving her cultural heritage. As Somalia has been swept by severe drought for years, the natural resources are very much non-existent. Fortunately she has discovered that very similar grasses and trees are indigenous to Australia and this allows her to continue to make her crafts environmentally sustainable and environmentally conscious.