Laser cut jewellery: from the archives 16+yrs

Be inspired by images from the City of Sydney archives to create heritage inspired laser-cut jewellery pieces.

Led by experienced facilitators in the Darling Square Library makerspace, this workshop is a great introduction to laser-cut jewellery and the City of Sydney Archives.

You’ll be guided through how to access historical images from the City Archives to personalise your own laser-cut jewellery design. We will be inspired by the beautiful architectural features of the Town Hall, including the beautiful tile work, stained glass and stone masonry.

You’ll learn how to personalise a range of fun jewellery templates using our library of archival photographs to make a pair of earrings or pendant. Once you’re happy with your final design, we’ll laser cut and etch it for you. You’ll receive your design during the class and can add the hooks, clasps or cords to make it wearable.

See also: Laser cut printmaking workshop.

Event date

Event Details

The Exchange, levels 1 and 2, 1 Little Pier St, Haymarket, New South Wales

Makerspace - Level 1


Saturday 27 April - 10:30am to 1:30pm

Entry fees:
Adults $ 40, Concession $ 33
Prebooking required
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Onsite facilities: