Bringing weaving to life!

Upcoming Workshops

BARE Weavers Ingrid & Kate focus on weaving with local native plant fibres and only dye with natural materials. Joining us for a workshop will connect you with an ancient tradition of women’s wisdom and immerse you into a deeper connection with your local environment.

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Join our tribe!

All of us at BARE Weaving would like to show our profound respect and love for all indigenous communities around the world. We acknowledge that indigenous wisdom is a global knowledge bank held by humans from all races and countries. Primitive skills are the original survival skills which all humans once used in order to live in harmony with the earth. BARE Weaving programs help to share these skills and keep them alive in the modern day.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land, of our ancestors and elders – past and present, on which our programs take place.  With a special recognition to the elders past and present from the Gumbanyggirr people of the North Coast of NSW and our adopted Yolngu families of North-East Arnhem Land.