14/06/2017
Every Sunday morning.

Words by

Nikki Escalante

Cancel your brunch plans for July.

Melbourne’s No Order Market has just announced a series of five sensory workshops, set to take place every Sunday morning throughout July.

The events will be run by local creatives and practitioners as part of NOM’s community project No Social Order.

Each workshop is curated for a sensory ritual experience, covering ceramics, to life drawings, to crystal healings.

It’s described as “an intention of enhancing community culture.” So coming in with an open mind is probably a requisite.

The full schedule is as follows:

Ceramics with CCLAUDD
Sunday, July 2
9am to 11:30am

Suitable for beginners, this workshop will introduce basic techniques such as wedging and hand building with Claudia Lau of CCLAUDD ceramics. Participants will be guided in creating their own small vessel, which will be fired and returned as a finished piece.

Crystal Healing with Jasmine Fricker
Sunday, July 9 
9am to 11:30am

Spiritual practitioner, Jasmine Fricker, will introduce participants to the practice of working with crystals and minerals, with the intention of gentle energetic healing. Each participant will be given a crystal to keep, and will have the opportunity for personalised guidance and suggestions.

Flower Arranging with Hattie Molloy
Sunday, July 16
9am to 11:30am

Open to all levels of skill, this workshop is run by creative florist, Hattie Molloy. Participants will be guided to arrange their own floral piece, inspired by Ikebana and experimental botanical techniques.

Life Drawing Studio with Lani Mitchell
Sunday, July 23
9am to 11:30am

Melbourne artist, Lani Mitchell, will be hosting a life drawing class suitable for all skill levels. Mitchell conducts her classes in a relaxed and spontaneous manner, lending a vibrant and social atmosphere.

Chinese Tea Ritual with Bianca Clifford
Sunday, July 30
9am to 11:30am

Hosted by fine tea consultant and multi-disciplinary artist, Bianca Lyla Clifford, this workshop introduces participants to the sensory expanding and calming experience of tea preparation and drinking. Clifford provides a cultural, historic and personal knowledge of fine tea practice, and creates a hands-on experience for participants.

All workshops are limited to 10 spots, priced at $55 per ticket.

You can grab yours here.

No Order Market
Level 1, 187-193 Elizabeth St, Melbourne
Every Sunday, July 2017

nommelbourne.com