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The Treasury school workshops at Melbourne Girls Grammar

4 Sep

For our sixth and final workshop at Melbourne Girls Grammar we re-designed reading glasses into new and fabulous Haute Couture pieces using recycled and reclaimed materials. The creators of these fine examples of creativity and resourcefulness are only 12 years old!


The Treasury on Fringe Lane Channel 31

21 Jun

Some time during the middle of last year, a lovely lady named Christina Laria got in touch with me to ask if she could do a short documentary on The Treasury. I had my reservations as, The Treasury was still in its infancy, but in the end I thought ‘why not?’, its not every day you get an offer like  this. And what a lovely thing it is to see this version of The Treasury suspended in time. We’ve come a long way since then, but I’ll hope you’ll enjoying watching this version of The Treasury jewellery fixing workshops as they were in 2010.

The Treasury – Fix Your Loot in 2011!

6 Feb

Welcome to The Treasury

Next class:  Sunday the 13th of February 2011, 2-4.30pm.

Bookings enquiries@emmagrace.com.au

The Treasury in December

14 Dec

The Treasury Christmas special workshop is Saturday the 18th of December, 12.30 – 3pm.
Hope to see you there!

The Treasury Turns One!

21 Nov

Happy Birthday to us – It’s The Treasury’s FIRST BIRTHDAY and cake is on the menu!

Treasures for The Treasury

Our birthday workshop is on a Saturday this month, as The Treasury will be attending the Zero Carbon World Concert on Sunday the 28th of November. It’s set to be a super day so come and join us!

We have three workshops set up for December- the first being a private collaboration with The Social Studio, the second is a free ‘come and try’ at Fair @ Square Fair-Trade + Ethical Festival, and the third is on Saturday the 18th of December – our last Treasury for the year!

Details below and as always, bookings are essential.

hope to see you soon!


The Treasury November 2010
What: The Treasury – jewellery fixing class
When: 2-4.30pm Saturday November 27th
Where: The Nicholas building, 37 Swanston St.
Who: Host Emma Grace
What to bring: All your old/broken fashion-jewellery etc etc!

Exciting guest designer at The Treasury: October 31st

11 Oct

We are delighted to announce that Ellie Mücke (from MüCKE) will be joining us at The Treasury for our workshop on October 31st.

I’ve long admired Ellie’s creativity and approach to her craft – not to mention her delectable designs! MüCKE’s mission is to “inspire creativity and positive action in people, have a beneficial ecological impact and keep the integrity of design by engaging holistically in the process”.

Ellie will be there to share her ideas, inspiration and her skills in adapting old to new. Check out past blogs for more on The Treasury.

Sunday 31st Oct, 2pm-4.30pm. RSVP here to get involved!


Oh-so much has been happening lately that I don’t know how to keep up!

10 Sep

Here’s a few things I’ve been up to; 

·The Treasury as part of Craft Cubed– these classes were so popular I had to add extra sessions! 

Happily I will be continuing the classes on Sunday afternoons, 2-4.30pm, at the Nicholas building- bookings here

A fellow blogger, Carrie from Green Chic, came along to one of my classes, see what she has to say about it here

And check out the photos of the amazing creations we came up with here and more below! 

Thank you to everyone who came along- you are all amazing, talented and creative people! 

The Treasury as part of the Craft Cubed Festival 2010


Bow necklace created at The Treasury, August 2010

·Green is the New Black exhibition and parade for Melbourne Spring Fashion Week at the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre.

18ct Gold and Sterling Silver Necklace SS2011


The parade was Wednesday the 1st of September, but you can still view my work on exhibition until Friday! 

The Queen Victoria Women’s Centre are a group of lovely people doing wonderful things- look them up and get involved! 

·Interview with Hot Spots. 

Lots of fun! View it here

·Snip, Slice, Saw at Hand Held Gallery  

This is a little after the fact now, but it was very hard for me to talk about it at the time as it is dedicated to my late friend, the lovely Aley. 

It was an installation of great personal significance and while no artwork can do justice to the memory of her life, creating this little bit of beauty and colour helped the healing of my soul. 

Wake Me Up Before You Go, Installation by Emma Grace 2010

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