kazuri Bead Jewellery Making Weekday Class by Carol Annis-Brown - 2.5 hours
STARTS THURSDAY 17 MARCH
$90 per class
OVER 18'S ONLY
Join us at the beautiful Quilla Gallery in the picturesque village of Mooball in the Tweed Shire for our Bi-Weekly Kazuri Bead Jewellery Making Class with Carol Annis-Brown.
This weekday class is a great way to get together with a group of friends for an evening of jewellery making and socialising. Perfect for girls' nights and hens celebration.
A class designed for the individualist fashionistas! This two and half hour class will test your steady hands and intricacy. Participants have the choice to walk away with a pair of earrings and bracelet, or necklace made with beautiful Kenyan handmade ceramic Kazuri Beads, designed and created by YOU!
What is KAZURI?
Kazuri, which means “small and beautiful” in Swahili, began in 1975 as a tiny workshop experimenting in hand-crafted ceramic beads.
Its founder started with two single motherhood women and soon discovered that there were many others in the villages around Nairobi, most of who were disadvantaged and were in great need of regular employment.
Today Kazuri has grown tremendously and now has a large workforce of over 340 women skilled in the crafting of ceramic beads, strung into beautifully and artistically jewelry. Each piece is handmade and hand-painted in rich colors.
This class is art and sip (BYO). Bring along your favourite bottle of wine or bubbles (no spirits please). Ticket price includes refreshments and locally made cheese & graze platters by Tweed Valley Farmhouse cheeses.
All beads and equipment provided
START DATE/TIME: 7-9.30pm Thursday 17 March
THEN: Thursday 31 March
ADDRESS: Quilla Design Emporium & Gallery - 5913, Tweed Valley Way, Mooball