Remade challenges designers, artists and community groups to use recycled materials to create unique high fashion garments in innovative and unexpected ways. The focus of Remade is sustainability, creativity, community and having fun.
Where: QVMAG Museum, Inveresk Cultural Precinct, 2 Invermay Rd, Launceston
Saturday 7 November, 2015
Remade 2015 is supported by City of Launceston, WD Booth Estate, QVMAG, Tasmanian Association For Hospice & Palliative Care (TAHPC), Tasmanian Regional Arts, NRM North & Southern Cross
ATTEND THE REMADE 2015 LAUNCH:
As a prelude to the main event, Interweave Arts presents the launch of Remade 2015 at The Holographic Lounge Room Experience…
WHEN: 6pm, 28th October 2015
WHERE: Fresh On Charles
Projected video footage of Remade 2014 at QVMAG Inveresk – If you were a Remade 2014 designer, model or volunteer or just want to see the show whether it be again or for the very first time, come along and check out the unedited, raw projected video from the day! Now is your chance to see yourself and/or get inspired!!!
The launch of ‘Fashion To Die For’ – a choreographed performance on the Remade 2015 catwalk responding to the theme of dying, death and bereavement funded by Tasmanian Association For Hospice & Palliative Care (TAHPC)
DARK REMADE – an exhibition of a body of work shown throughout late October and all November 2015 at Fresh On Charles in Launceston featuring wearable art designs which respond to the theme of death and dying in modern culture. Includes a series of photographic images
Colouring in – For kids and adults alike because colouring in is good for you. Come along and colour in a sugar skull by Access Arts Link artist Madeleine Wheeldon or a mandala by artist Eli McNamara . Let’s colour our way together to create a colourful and positive perspective towards death and dying in modern western culture. Contributing artworks shall be included in the 2016 event Streets Alive@The Precinct.
Live talking models wearing ‘Fashion To Die For’ designs will mingle amongst audiences to initiate discussions with audiences about death, dying and bereavement
Good Grief – an installation about death and grieving by Access Arts Link
Opening speaker – Sharon King, TasmanIan Associatiion for Hospice and Palliative Care
Bar and refreshments provided
Full disability access
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