Provenance is calling for expressions of interest for a tour to India late 2018. We are in the very early stages of planning but if you have an interest to tour with us please send your details to firstname.lastname@example.org The tour will include a visit to a number of Provenance’s artisans and of course a […]
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Provenance will be holding the following classes on Auckland Anniversary weekend 2018 (January Saturday 27th, Sunday 28th & Monday 29th) Indigo Dye Class $200 NZD – January Monday 29th Spend a magical day learning to dye using a natural indigo fermentation vat. We show you how to: * setup your own indigo dye vat (indigo […]
When: 3rd, 4th & 5th November 2017 (10am – 4pm daily) Where: Auckland Netball Centre 7 Allison Ferguson Drive, St Johns, Auckland
Provenance will be a merchant at the NZ National Quilt Symposium beginning Thursday 5th October to Tuesday 10th. Venue: St Andrews College Gymnasium, corner of Papanui & Normans Rd, Merivale.
Jo Dixey has recently released her new book “Stitch People” which covers 20 projects on modern embroidery techniques. Grab a copy at your local book store today! Jo will be stitching at All Things Bernina in Westgate Auckland on the 16th September and the Women’s bookshop in Auckland on October 7th.
Recently came across this great episode from the Handmade in Japan Series. Beautiful handmade Kimono’s made on the remarkable island of Amami Oshima in the southern oceans of Japan. Amazing artistry! Was very interested to see the use of mud in dying the yarn black which is used in many cultures the world over, including […]
Come visit us! Provenance will be at the Auckland Quilt Guild Market day Saturday 5th August 2017. Freemans Bay Community Centre, 52 Hepburn Street, Ponsonby
For those of you who love to learn from artisans you will be interested in the workshops running at Forgotten Arts in Clevedon, Auckland. You can visit their website at www.forgottenarts.co.nz
We finally posted to Youtube a few video clips and still shots from our trip to India in 2013.