Tag Archives: art

Review: Woodcut footprints

Melbourne activists attended the PTT August Wellbeing Workshop on woodcut printmaking last Sunday. The workshop was facilitated by UB and took place at Cromwell Studios in Collingwood. Woodcut printmaking technique allows the maker to carve a relief design into a wood block, roll ink over it and then press it against fabric or paper to […]

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Workshop: Art and Activism – Woodcut Foot Prints

This month we’re inviting all types of change makers to participate in a workshop at the intersection of art and activism: a skill share on making woodcut prints. Woodcut is a simple, cheap and fun printmaking technique. It has a long history of being used by activist-artists to create political images. Creative activism is becoming […]

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Reviewing your activist year

It’s been a big year for Plan to Thrive – thanks for being part of it! Here’s some tips from Holly Hammond about end of year reflection. We’ll be doing some of our own, as we take a little break until the new year. As always, we wish you well.    The end of the year […]

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