Learn how to design and create a soft circuit artwork in this workshop at the new Darling Square Library.
Soft circuits are electrical circuits created using conductive textiles with discrete electronics components like lights, batteries, switches and sensors. Over 5 hours, you’ll discover the endless possibilities for integrating soft circuits into textiles using conductive thread and LEDs.
Led by expert facilitator Laura Jade, you’ll use techniques at the forefront of emerging trends in textiles and technology.
At the end, you’ll get to take home your very own small hand-embroidered, illuminated star constellation wall hanging
What you’ll learn
- e-textile basics, including sewing with conductive thread to make a creative soft circuit artwork
- Understanding electronic components such as LEDs and batteries
Bookings and class size: Maximum 12 people – bookings are required
Suitable for: Ages 16 and over
Experience level: This is a beginner project with no required knowledge. Basic sewing skills and an interest in electronics and design is helpful
Wear: Enclosed shoes and no loose-fitting clothing or jewellery
Bring: Yourself – all materials provided.
We aim to deliver inclusive and accessible events. If you have any access or communication needs, please contact us on 02 9265 9333.
Facilitator: Laura Jade
Laura is an illumination artist and interaction designer. For over 10 years, Laura has created and delivered workshops for events, festivals, schools and museums. She is the creative director of Brainlight, an interactive brain installation that lights up with the power of your mind.
The Darling Square Library is open from 28 October.
- Mobility access
- Hearing loop