We caught up with Kellie Lawler, Events Coordinator of Frouteville – one pretty special community arts Festival! Set in regional Victoria, this sustainable and community minded approach to Festival making is what we love to see and hear about. Good folk coming together, doing good things!
Chloe makes creations that are full of life and colour! Her pots are made from coffee cups, plastic containers and tubs that would otherwise be condemned to a life in landfill. As well as selling her work, she also shares her craft with others by running little workshops from her home and at Avid Kitchen + Garden. We think her dedication and love for transforming something that might otherwise be considered as rubbish into a lovely vessel for a plant is something to be celebrated!
We would like you to meet Anne, one of our finest Canberra Coordinators! We think all of our Rummage staff are a little la mode, but Anne seriously sets the bar when it comes to style! We recommend following her on socials for all things food and fashion.
Introducing Motley! … We caught up with one half of the artistic sister duo, Motley, a delightful illustration and prints business. We talked all things art and rummages; and Beth shared some of her secret pasta places and cow sitings with us! What more could you ask for?
We caught up with one half of the formidable duo behind Seljak Brand to hear about their latest projects, musings on ethical and sustainable practice and how to measure the good we do!
Did you know that October has been titled as the ‘Buy Nothing New’ month? Well, it has! What started in Melbourne as a seemingly radical idea has now become a “global movement for collective, conscientious consumption.” And, you guessed it, the challenge is to buy nothing new for one whole month!