The Fashion department at ECU runs two workshops throughout the year that is open to years 10, 11 and 12 high school students and the general public.
Workshops are run out of the fashion and textiles construction and print studios at the Mount Lawley Campus, Perth. To view more images of the venues and resources available to the student at the School of Arts and Humanities, head to our Facilities web page.
ECU's Fashion Weekend Workshops will introduce students to the latest innovations in Sustainable Fashion and will include a practical introduction to working with existing garment and ‘Subtraction Cutting’ techniques.
Participants will be shown processes for creative garment construction and design development using sustainable approaches taught by ECU Master of Arts by Research student, Jane Ziemons. Jane’s collections for her label Melaleuca Rise were featured in Eco Fashion Week Australia for 2017 and 2018, Urban Couture and Perth Fashion Festival.
These intensive classes run every Saturday for five consecutive weeks and will culminate in a presentation of work outcomes and a certificate of participation.
Dates: Every Saturday, 29 August - 26 September 2020
Time: 1.00pm - 4.00pm
Location: Classes take place in the fashion studios at ECU’s Mount Lawley Campus. Building 5, Level 1, Room 130, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley.
Cost: A course fee of $200 is due by Friday 21 August 2020.
Lecturer - Fashion
If you’re interested in studying Fashion, visit our Bachelor of Design web page and read more about our Fashion major. You’ll find information about this and other related courses, as well as videos and galleries about our facilities, our students and our lecturers.
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