Deadly Denim | Make Your Own Jacket Workshop

Deadly Denim | Make Your Own Jacket Workshop

Deadly Denim is a business with a social impact, aiming to be as sustainable as possible.

Showcasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists on upcycled denim. Some fabrics used are from Aboriginal Art Centres in WA and the Northern Territory, and others are individual artists Deadly Denim has collaborated with to create digitally printing designs.

Bring along your denim jacket and join the creator/owner of Deadly Denim Rebecca Rickard who will walk you through constructing and sewing together a deadly jacket choosing from a wide selection of these amazing textiles.

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This is a 3 hour workshop.
Recommended for ages 15 years - adults

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About the artist

Deadly Denim was founded by Rebecca Rickard a Ballardong, Whadjuk woman from the Nyungar nation living and working on country Perth W.A. Fashion comes with an environmental impact, with the fashion industry identified as the second largest polluter in the world, just after the oil industry. With the environmental damage increasing as the industry grows.