Share the experience of learning resourceful craft by gifting one/some of our workshop films. We so excited to share these films, now anyone can access our craft workshops, wherever you are or they are!
These films provide an opportunity to learn new skills including:
- tī kōuka (cabbage tree) string & tī kōuka little folk with Gemma Stratton
- tī kōuka basket & tī kōuka placemat with Juliet Arnott
- greenwood spatula with Douglas Horrell
- hazel pegs with Gregory Quinn
- darning with Steven Park.
The tī kōuka string & folk workshops are especially wonderful to learn with young people.
Purchase the workshop/s you'd like to gift & you'll be sent a digital gift card that you can share with the lucky recipient (you can share this by sending the link, or by printing the gift card). They can then enter the code from the gift card on the website to access the gifted workshop film for free.
Please note that the voucher is valid for one year from the date of issue.
We are grateful to the support of Creative New Zealand which has enabled us to create these films for you.
This workshop film shares a way to carve a kitchen spatula from a piece of greenwood, and is suitable for anyone new to carving. This 16 minute film with Douglas Horrell of Cleft...
This workshop film shares with you a way to make useful pegs from hazel sticks. This 12 minute film with Gregory Quinn will guide you through the process of creating pegs from dried hazel sticks. The traditional...
A wonderful project for you and your young folk, this workshop film shares with you a fun way to create little figures or folk from tī kōuka (cabbage tree/cordyline australis) leaves....
A brilliant activity for folk of all ages to learn, this workshop film shares with you a way to make string and rope from tī kōuka (cabbage tree/cordyline australis) leaves. This...