Claudia has been facilitating workshops for over 20 years throughout Australia for schools and communities.
School based and adult workshops have received excellent feed back from teachers, students and communities alike.
Wearable Art Workshops can be tailored to suit most age groups and the content is flexible enough to allow for intensive delivery over a few days or it can be done over a number of weeks.
Students find the workshops highly enjoyable and relish in creating in novel mediums, such as wearable art, recycled materials, permanent and ephemeral installations using recycled materials and sculpture.
Claudia is about to release a new workshop outline
"The Art of Wearable Waste"
If you are interested in Wearable Art workshops for your community or school please contact Claudia.
“I have always been excited to work with practitioners and creative professionals willing to share their knowledge, expertise and wisdom with young art students, Claudia Williams embodies this wholeheartedly! I have repeatedly booked Ilani Creative to work alongside Year 9 and 10 Art students on their wearable art Units. Claudia is highly engaging and imparts expert practical skills and industry knowledge, insights, and experiences in her delivery of workshops and artist talks. She tailors her delivery, content, and resources in line with Australian Curriculum and teacher needs; in her workshops there is always time for experimentation and play with unusual materials, techniques, and processes. Finally, Claudia builds authentic rapport with students and schools, working professionally and with care to enhance students creative learning experiences”
Teacher - Mae McDonald
Loreto College Coorparoo, QLD.
"Art of Wearable Waste"
"This workshop delivered By Claudia Williams was outstanding. Her Powerpoint presentation
"It has been a delight to have Claudia come and work with our students on wearable art projects over the last couple of years. Her wealth of knowledge and experience in the industry leaves the students in awe. Claudia’s hands on approach is highly effective and efficient, often on a tight time frame with the incursion workshops, students get a real sense of accomplishment and great starting points to build on. Her expertise in design elements to emphasise repetition and texture coupled with her use of materials to promote sustainability, recycling and upcycling aligns beautifully with the goals within our art classroom"
Teacher - Jacquie Jones
Secondary Visual Art Teacher
Moreton Bay College, QLD.
High School Workshop
"This was one of the best artist led workshops I have been