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The Assemblage Sisters are professional artists, each with an independent studio practice. We work together to offer workshops and programs for a wide clientele.

Assemblage is not just about making. It is a way to communicate ideas, thoughts and feelings. It involves mathematics, science, mechanics and engineering.  We focus on the process. We encourage students to experiment and to challenge their understanding of Art and the world around them.

We are experienced sustainability educators. Sure we can tell you which bin to put it in but we can also discuss the selection of art materials and their aesthetic and physical properties and the implications of creating waste for arts sake.

Sustainability is a complex topic. We encourage students and teachers to explore the challenges of balancing social, economic and environmental concerns in their art practice

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