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Sustainable art workshop

Difficulty: Beginner

Duration: 2 hours

Classes run every month

Cost: $79 pp.

Sustainable Art Workshop

Duration: 2hrs

The idea of recycling plastic bags has been around for over 20 years, and with the major threat of plastic pollution globally, the intention of these recycling workshops is to empower people with skills to create art using sustainable sources, and repurpose waste.

In this plastic recycling workshop, participants will learn from artist Cesar (Aoracreo) who has researched and experimented with the potential uses of plastic bags for over 8 years. Through years of experimentation, he has been able to produce a number of different products such as bags and wallets, and he has found that there is no need for more extraction of natural resources to make new raw materials for the production of these.

The products or materials made by participants are for them to take home or for future projects.

The essence and intention of this workshop is to explore creative and useful ways for people to recycle plastics, and ultimately reduce the impact on the environment. 


Workshop Outcome

Every participant will create their own wearable art and accessories from upcycled plastics to take home at the end of the class

What is Included
All materials, professional artist facilitator, equipment, light refreshments. 


All classes will be held at the famous Blender Studios located at 33-35 Dudley Street, West Melbourne.

Class Size
Min. of 3 and Max. 10 people in the class.


Workshop Tutor

The stencil workshop is taught by local artist, Cesar (Aoracreo)



What to bring

Make sure you wear appropriate clothing for this class and bring 5-6 plastic bags with you



$79 per person 

Includes all materials and light refreshments. 

Minimum age 13 years

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Meet The Artist

Cesar (aoracreo)


For 8 years, Cesar Marulanda has been experimenting with recycling soft

plastic waste into functional materials water resistant materials. These

materials have been tested by making products such backpacks, bicycle

panniers and other accessories.

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