THE RESIN MASTERS ARE HERE!
Create beautiful jewellery that will last a lifetime
Friday, November 24
10.30am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 3.30pm
Join Sarah Byrne and Stacey Rutigliano for a fun and interactive resin jewellery making
class. Here, you will learn the basics on how to use resin to make your own personal and
stunning handmade bracelets, earrings and rings. Use a fast setting polyurethane resin,
plenty of colour and an array of silicon moulds to play and enjoy the material in a fun
and social environment. You will also be introduced to finishing techniques so you can
complete your creations and have them ready to wear.
Workshop Includes: Resin (two parts), measuring equipment (cups, popsticks), safety
equipment (apron, gloves), sanding materials, basic jewellery findings and a small
gift. You will be provided moulds, colour pigments, gloves and mixing tools to be used
on the day and you will be taught about the materials needed to make your own resin
pieces at home.
Skill Level: 10.30am to 12.30pm – Beginner Level
Skill Level: 1.30pm to 3.30pm – Beginner and Intermediate Levels (there is an
opportunity to learn intermediate level techniques for those who have more experience
or have completed the morning class successfully).
Students Bring: Resin can be a messy craft and you are urged not to wear your best
clothes. Resin won’t come out of your clothes easily. Acetone is used to remove resin
residue but it may also damage your clothes. A plastic apron will be provided but if you
prefer a heavy duty apron, you are welcome to bring it.
Class Cost: $100*
*Show entry ticket must be bought separately
*These classes are not suitable for children aged 12 and under.
MEET SARAH & STACEY FROM FLOCK CURIOSITY ASSEMBLY
Stacey Rutigliano and Sarah Byrne are Flock Curiosity Assembly, a creative partnership
inspired by a mutual love of colour and experimental resin play in the confines of their
Melbourne suburbanite home-based studios.
Their handmade one-of-kind resin jewellery incorporates a variety of techniques and
materials, with a particular emphasis on exploring unconventional colour combinations
in the form of playful and edgy statement designs.
All items are their own unique handcrafted designs and have recently been seen in
Australian retail stores including Gorman, Obus, and Fool Clothing.