Two large and two small stitching hoops laid out, containing delicate stitched artworks on fabric
The Slow Stitch Project is presented as part of the Mandurah Arts Festival 2021. Immerse yourself in all things arts and culture - 29 - 31 October & 5 - 7 November 2021.

About the Event

The Slow Stitch Project is a community-arts projected led by local artist, Denise Fisher, engaging over fifty people within Mandurah to create unique artworks that showcase the mindful practice of slow-stitching. The artworks will be exhibited inside the artist studio space at Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah, throughout the duration of the festival.

Come along to view the exhibition, and have a go at slow-stitching!

Opening hours: Wednesday - Sunday, from 10am - 4pm

Location: Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah (63 Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah)


Artist Talk

Denise is the current artist-in-residence at Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah. She will be opening her studio to discuss her experience of using slow-stitching to create a new body of artwork during a special, artist talk event!

No bookings are required - just come along to the gallery on the day, to hear Denise's insights.

Date: Saturday, 6 November

Time: Starting from 2.30pm

Location: Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah (63 Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah)


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Type of Event

Arts and Culture