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Meet More Makers! Our Third Event Series @Mercedes me Announced

Events

An artist, a florist and a stylist walk into a bar. There is no punchline – this is the line-up of our latest @Mercedes me event in Melbourne!

Following the success of our previous Meet The Maker events, we are thrilled to announce a new creative line-up: artist Elizabeth Barnett; florist Mel Stapleton of Cecilia Fox; and (TDF alumni!) stylist Nat Turnbull. Tickets are $10 – grab your spot now.

29th January, 2019

Photo – Caitlin Mills for The Design Files.

Photo – Eve Wilson for The Design Files.

Photo – Amelia Stanwix for The Design Files.

We are pretty thrilled to announce our latest line-up of creative workshops and talks @Mercedes me in Melbourne.

Get your notebooks out, and your creative brain humming for our workshop sessions. Artist Elizabeth Barnett welcomes the 2019 season with a special early morning watercolour workshop on Friday, February 8th before handing over the baton to Mel Stapleton of Cecilia Fox for a floral installation workshop on Friday, February 22nd. Our third session is with styling superwoman Nat Turnbull on Friday 8th March, with a Q&A and show and tell of some of Nat’s favourite props and materials.

You can book tickets for $10 per session, with VERY limited seats available – so act now if you would like to attend!

Book here

Mercedes me is a collaborative space in Melbourne’s CBD, where café culture meets Mercedes-Benz lifestyle. Stay up to date with their varied program of events by following @mercedesmestore.melbourne.

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