A journey along Cobargo Creators' Studio Trail

Emily Laszuk is inviting the public to have a spin on her pottery wheel during the studio trail. Photo: Supplied

Emily Laszuk is inviting the public to have a spin on her pottery wheel during the studio trail. Photo: Supplied

Artists of the Cobargo Creators collective are inviting the public to take a glimpse at their studios and learn about their crafts.

A journey along the Cobargo Creators’ Studio Trail will be an exploration into the creative spaces of textile artists, potters, blacksmiths and more. 

It provides the curious with a chance to take a peek at local studios, ask questions, see beautiful art works in progress, and get ideas for their own working spaces.

This is the second year that the Studio Trail has been held and the artists hope to continue it as an annual event. 

Local potter Emily Laszuk is opening the doors to her studio in Verona, so people can see how she creates her work, and even have a go on her pottery wheel. 

Brogo Potter Helen Martin will also invite the public to explore her work space and steelwork studios Galba Forge and Mother Mountain Forge are also included on the trail. 

The Black Wattle gallery in Cobargo will be the focus point of the trail, where more local art will be displayed and available for purchase. 

The Cobargo Creators Studio Trail will take place on Monday, October 2, from 10am to 4pm. Check individual studios for their opening times. 

Explore the studio trail’s digital map, or request a printed copy from the Cobargo Creators’ Centre. 

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