General Meetings of our members at Mile End on South Rd will recommence in 2021.
Changing Covid-19 restrictions in South Australia will be monitored and members will be advised of any changes. Basketry SA will be working to ensure that general meetings are conducted in a safe way taking into account physical workspace and government guidelines.
BECOME A MEMBER
Attendance at meetings and access to the skills and knowledge of our members
Access to the BSA Member's Group Facebook community
Use of the Library
Participation at camps, workshops and in group exhibitions (often free or at a reduced cost)
Attendance and participation on stalls and in demonstrations
Opportunities to sell your work through various exhibitions and events
Participation at the biennial National Basketry Gathering
Local and regional groups meet regularly:
General Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday and 4th Sunday of the month at 196 South Road, Mile End. There are other basketry groups who meet regularly in Murray Bridge, the Adelaide Hills, South Coast, Southern Vales, and Yorke Peninsula.
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BASKETRY SA Inc
C/- The Hand Spinners & Weavers Guild of SA Inc
P.O. Box 163,
Torrensville Plaza SA 5031
EXHIBITIONS & GALLERY
Members' works are regularly exhibited and many have been acquired by galleries and museums throughout Australia and are included in private collections overseas.
Our meetings are informal and new members receive instruction and advice in a friendly, sharing environment. Materials are available to enable beginners to start basketry when they attend a meeting.
Fibre Basketry - Homegrown and Handmade
This popular book contains a wealth of practical information for anyone wanting to develop their knowledge and skills in natural fibre basketry.
Contemporary basketry has evolved from one of the oldest crafts known to humanity.
Members of Basketry SA use traditional methods, including those of ethnic and indigenous cultures to create both practical baskets and sculptural forms.