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Tafta Inc presents a week-long retreat for artists, craftsperson's and like minded individuals to come and create with tutors of their choice.

The Geelong Fibre Forum has been running for over 16 years at the?Geelong Grammar Campus, Corio.

The forum starts on Sunday with classes running from Monday through to Friday and check out is Saturday.??

The forum offers residential or non-residential options. The cost for non-residential includes lunches every day and tutor fees.

The cost for residential includes all accommodation (single or shared), meals from Sunday night through to Saturday breakfast and tutor fees.


"As a first time participant at this years Forum I would like to congratulate you and your team on the presentation and organisation of such an amazing event. I was very fortunate to experience Charity Van der Meer’s felting workshop and came away exhausted but incredibly impressed and amazed at what we all achieved. I loved it and learnt sooo much and got to know and make good friendships. I would certainly attend another of her workshops and recommend her to you for future workshops if possible.

I would also like to acknowledge the great workshop facilities and accessibility, accommodation and catering. As a vegan I was impressed with my food options and quality.?Thankyou "

Jenny First Time?Participant 2018

‘The Geelong FORUM has really been the most wonderful way to develop as a teacher -?not only being a student and then understanding more of where the students come from, but also developing all those skills.... from kite making to felting to bead making and sublimation -?almost everything has ended up in my classroom as part of the curriculum. And attending all those Geelong Forums has made me the teacher I am today with so much versatility in what I can do and offer’.”

Linda Gallus, Textiles teacher at Geelong College.?

CONTACT DETAILS -?PO Box 2395?Palmerston ?NT ?0831?การพนันถูกกฎหมาย?? Tafta Inc 2014