DIY Beeswax Wrap workshop
As part of the Visual Dialogues XIII, “Devoured”, artist Annie Hsiao-Wen Wang will be running a workshop on DIY beeswax wraps as part of the initiative to reduce plastic use.
Beeswax wraps are a natural alternative to plastic wrap for food storage. Made from 100% cotton , beeswax and coconut oil, these wraps are reusable for up to 1 year with proper care. Using these reusable bees wax wraps saves space in your fridge and reduces your need to use disposable plastic bags and containers. So say goodbye to yucky plastics in contact with your food! Beeswax are also edible so you can feel safe wrapping your food in it.
If you need to dispose of them, no problem because they are 100% biodegradable and can be composted or used as kindling for your fireplace.
Beeswax wraps are naturally anti-bacterial and can be easily cleaned for continued use.
These wraps normally cost around $700 + postage but after this class you will know how to make them at a fraction of the cost.
In this 2 hour class we will be making 3 different sizes;
33 x 33cm – Large, can be used to cover large bowls, sandwiches or watermelons for example
26cm round – Round, used to cover bowls or plates
18 x 20cm – Small, use for half lemons, cucumbers or onions.
There is a limit of 12 people for this workshop. Please RSVP to reserve your place, and also so we can know how much materials to buy.
Cost of workshop: $600
Help us reduce plastic waste by making naturally organic products and make sure your food is fresh and safe.
This workshop is run in conjunction with One Brown Planet. Come and also see the World’s Largest Plastic Crochet Turtle at the Red Room, which is on exhibition until the 7th January 2017. This giant turtle was created by artist Annie Hsiao-Wen Wang, to raise awareness for the worldwide epidemic of single use plastic and the impact it is having on the environment.
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這個工作坊是與One Brown Planet 一起合作。我們邀請你一起相揪來看世界上最大的廢塑膠鉤