NOIR Darkroom is proud to announce CRAP CRAFT Sundays are here. Are you hung over or under hung? Well then come on down for a Sunday session of random CRAP CRAFT.
Our CRAP CRAFT's are an affordable low key afternoon of fun where participants can partake in a different craft every month without the pressure of a formal workshop.
A light afternoon tea and most materials are provided as part of your booking fee. Please check your session's specific details to see if there is something you are required to bring. This is usually an object you will be customizing.
You are also welcome to BYO if you are looking to drink something other than tea or coffee. We do our best to cater to vegan and dietary requirements where required for our mini afternoon tea.
We were so caught up carving we forgot to take proper photo's of this CRAP CRAFT...OOOPS
But it was a very focussed session with excellent creations. There was one small stabbing but minimal injury sustained from this sharp session.
Participants designed and carved a postcard sized Lino plate and learnt how to print it professionally as well as at home.
Some savvy lino-ers used the session to recreate their small business logos for future stampage on branded items.
An awesome afternoon....errr and evening...making monstrous creatures out of felt.
Everyone made exceptional works of art that far surpassed their expectations.
The sessions actually extended all the way until 7pm with some very keen/addicted felters. Thankfully Uber Eats saved the evening giving us all energy to continue.
After an amazing first Painting With Bob Ross session that sold out quickly we decided to run one more...the people need Bobby.
In this session we tried to brighten up what has been a very dark winter with the landscape 'Pastel Winter'.
This was a challenging piece with many last minute additions but very participant successfully finished the painting. Despite a few Happy Accidents of course.
Our first painting with Bob Ross session was a blast. There were many happy accidents and even an appearance from a squirrel in the episode! Check out our interpretations of 'Before the Snow' ... because it is our world after all.
All photographs by Angela Cornish