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Steampunk is coming to Mogo in Sept

Amandas of Mogo is bringing the internationally renowned mixed media artist AntonisTzanidakis from Greece to Batemans Bay to run a series of workshops from Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th September 2019.

Students will get to relax and meet Antonis at the social event on Thursday evening to get themselves in the mood for an eye opening and inspiring three days of creative workshops featuring the popular Steampunk style, combined with an array of mixed media projects and techniques.

Steampunk is a look, a trend and a movement. Nature meets machinery – there are Steampunk clubs and festivals all over the world, where people dress up in vintage clothing combined with cogs, chain and mechanical pieces. Antonis’ designs incorporate this look.

Visit the website, for images and details of the individual workshops. Bookings can be made for workshops, or a complete workshop package, along with an option of accommodation at Corrigans Cove Resort, the venue for the event.

Organiser and business owner, Amanda Williams, said “I am thrilled to have such a talented and sought-after international artist as Antonis to teach this intensive three-day program. “Mixed media is definitely on trend and the opportunity to combine these workshops with the attraction of the beautiful Eurobodalla coastline here in Batemans Bay, offers what will be a unique creative experience. Corrigans Cove Resort is an excellent venue for the quality of its facilities, its location opposite the beach and proximity to shops”.

Amanda added, “In the 20 years of running my business I’ve never seen such a rise in popularity as I have in mixed media. It appeals to a broad spectrum of both artists and paper crafters, due in part to the wide and varied range of techniques it encompasses. Response to the workshops is excellent so we encourage anyone interested in finding out more and booking a package to enrol at or contact the store on (02) 4474 3453 between 9am and 5pm seven days a week”.

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