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Jess & Lara from Home-Work

Creative duo Lara Davies & Jess Wright have been working as textile designers and screen printing teachers all over the world for the past decade. In 2018, the pair published a popular how-to screen printing book with Hardie Grant. Home-Work are known for their fun, inclusive and inspiring workshops and events. As well as workshops, Home-Work have delivered and marketed numerous craft markets, exhibitions, design collaborations and corporate events. Art Camp is the latest exciting event from the Home-Work team!

Check out Home-Work's Art Camp workshop here

Beci Orpin

Beci Orpin is a creative practitioner based in Melbourne, Australia. Her work occupies a space between illustration, design and craft. Beci has run her studio for over 20 years, catering to a wide range of clients, as well as exhibiting her
work both locally and internationally. She has released four D.I.Y books and two children’s titles. Her work is described as colourful, graphic, bold, feminine and dream-like.

Alice Oehr

Alice's distinct colourful design style incorporates her love of food, pattern, collage and drawing. Alice's work has been sought after commercially by clients local and international. Alice is very interested in the changing medium of illustration in our digital age. She runs drawing and design workshops with both HB pencils and Apple pencils. Alice's endless list of clients includes The NGV, Hardie Grant, Pan Macmillan, The Design Files, Vice Media, Lavazza, Capi, Baker D. Chirico, Pidapipo, Kloke plus many, many more.

Check out Alice's Art Camp workshop here


Kip&Co was founded by sisters Kate Heppell and Hayley Pannekoecke and best buddy Alex McCabe. What started as a bright, colourful bedding brand quickly expanded into a vibrant lifestyle brand with a cult following, as the girls brought their fun and stylish aesthetic to products for every corner of the home, and every member of the family. These inspiring business women have lots of no-nonsense advice on how to turn your dreams into a reality!

Check out Kip & Co's Q&A here 

Kate Berry

Kate has spent her life making and collaborating, whether working as creative lead in agencies in Melbourne, Sydney and London, photographing for frankie, Smith Journal, SPACES and Yen or designing for brands large and small. She once even built, ran and sold a successful Melbourne cafe with her best mate. Kate's love of food, design and photography collided when her family - focused blog, Lunch Lady, was turned into a magazine. Recently, she held her second sold-out OK Motels music festival. This gal is a legend!

Check out Kate's Art Camp workshop here 

Sweet & Savage

Food genius Rachel Savage has been creating mouth-watering, instagramma­ble delicacies for years! Her photogenic treats have been featured in countless magazines. Rachel is inspired by beauty, classic flavours and what's currently growing in the garden. Based on a beautiful farm on the coast of New Zealand, Rachel will be travelling to Australia to create all the food for our Art Campers - lucky us! 

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