Fresh

Cycling accessories workshop

Organised by the Designers Society of Slovenia

24.05.2013

Do you wish to be seen while riding your bike? Do you lack a handy bag that would fit nicely on your bicycle? Would you like your bike to look smarter? If so, come and join us at our workshop, between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. this Friday, May 24th, where we will create the absolutely must-haves for the cycling lifestyle.

Photo: Nada Žgank

Photo: Nada Žgank


With the use of a sewing machine, embroidery and a press for pressing foils, we will create puttees that will fit to your style and taste. All materials will be provided for at the workshop; however, if you want your puttee to be made from a special fabric, that’s fine too, just bring it along.


No previous knowledge or skills are necessary.
 

Application and further information: info@roglab.si
The workshop is intended for all generations. Due to the limited number of applicants, you will need to apply in advance. Participation fee: 5 Eur. To be paid on arrival.

With the workshop, we will be a part of the Cycling Festival 2013, which will take place in Ljubljana between May 24th and 26th.

Mentors:

Renata Bedene works in a broad field of textile design. She graduated from the Department of Textiles at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering in Ljubljana. Since 2001, she has been working in the field of textile design, into which she tries to bring art and other knowledge and link the various perceptions to different types of fabrics and processes. She combines newly emerging techniques with screen printing, hand weaving, embroidery, knitting and collages. In September 2009, her tapestry “Liberation of heart” received the runner-up award at the fifteenth international exhibition prepared within the European Patchwork Meeting in Ste-Marie-aux-Mines, France.


Vesna Štih graduated from the Department of Textiles at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering in Ljubljana. She works independently in the fields of textile design, textile art and product design and is the co-founder of the BelaBela trademark. She has received numerous awards for her work, amongst others: for her fashion collection “White town” at Mittelmoda Premio, Gorizia, Italy (1998); for her patchwork “Friends 2” at the European Patchwork Meeting, Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines, France (2001); for good design concept for her “Bubble” basket at BIO 22, Ljubljana (2010); for the group exhibition “The power of thread”, Wesserling, France (2010); etc.