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About primrosepaperarts

Currently the Web Master for Primrose Paper Arts is Claire Brach

Exhibition: ME Art Space

ME Art Space presents Wish You Were Here – The Secret Postcard Show AND The Art of Travel – A Celebration of Sketchbooks As part of Sydney Art Month the Gallery will host an exhibition of artists sketchbooks and over … Continue reading

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The Penland School of Craft

The Penland School of Craft is a centre encompassing several buildings on the campus including the Craft House, one of the largest log structures in North Carolina, and The Barns, which houses the studios of residential artists; full-time craftspeople who … Continue reading

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Advancing Art and Opportunity

The Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize is an annual prize that was launched in 2017 to advance art and opportunity for emerging and established female artists in Australia. There are two prize categories, including a $35,000 prize — the richest … Continue reading

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North Sydney Art Prize 2019

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Announcing our first Tips & Tricks day for 2019

Paper Play without Glue Let’s kick off the year with a fun day playing with paper and see where our creativity takes us.  There’s only one rule: NO GLUE! Our first Tips & Tricks day for 2019 is scheduled for … Continue reading

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Paper Folding DIY Kit

Designer Kelli Anderson explores and explains the boundaries of paper-folding in a new DIY kit filled with 8 auxetic folding patterns.  Each design is risograph printed, which imbues a beautiful colour and texture to the paper. Due to the handmade … Continue reading

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Exhibition: SORT IT OUT

Factory 49 presents SORT IT OUT Ro Murray & Mandy Burgess extend the act of making into a challenge to document the content of their yellow bins.  They playfully approach sculpture using discarded rural metal fragments to make seven symbolic open … Continue reading

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