Who Cares? A workshop by Tabea Reulecke

Workshop  /  04 Jan 2015  -  10 Jan 2015
Published: 25.02.2014
Who Cares? A workshop by Tabea Reulecke.
Atelier Rudee
Rudee Tancharoen
DEADLINE: 30/11/2014

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The aim of this workshop is to destroy and to create, an open workshop for creative people who are willing to push past their boundaries and explore the creativity that lies beyond.
This is an open workshop for creative people who are willing to push past their boundaries and explore the creativity that lies beyond.
The aim of this workshop is to destroy and to create. It will leave you with an increased awareness of your own unique, individual style.
Losing your fears is a first step for creating. So, let´s take it and break it!
You will take part in different exercises especially designed to help transport your ideas into drawings, objects and jewellery that is a true expression of your feelings.

About instructor:
“My journeys to the north, the south, the east and the west are my inspirations. There I find exciting stories and odd materials, which I take back to my workshop, and that is were the known and the unknown meet: A cow horn and that of an antelope. Wood of a walnut tree and wood of an olive tree. Colors from pigments and colors from glass stones. I build the bridges that connect my findings.
A story provides my aim and the outcome of the final form is determined through the process of making. In a workshop, amid horns and bones, pieces of wood, stones, metals, colors, paint brushes, found objects and gifts, I set to work; trusting my imagination, my tools and the freedom around me.
There are drawings in most of my works. They capture a certain moment and make it last. I reduce, I assemble, I take apart, I solder, glue, draw, enamel, think, laugh and be happy, and at the same time I am serious. This I find so exciting.”
Tabea Reulecke

Tabea Reulecke lives and works in Idar-Oberstein, Germany, as contemporary jewellery artist. After working as an assistant and teacher in the University of Applied Sciences Trier, Gem- and Jewellery department, Idar-Oberstein she is now doing her Master of Fine Arts. She had performed various workshops and lectures in Europe, Asia and Australia and had exhibited her work internationally.

For more information about her work please visit:
Galerie Marzee:

Atelier Rudee:
Atelier Rudee consist of equipped goldsmith working spaces, meeting room and a library in 144 sq.m. You can use Wi-Fi internet with your own computer anywhere in the atelier. To get to/from the city center of Bangkok you can take a sky train (BTS). Atelier Rudee is 15 minutes walk to/from the station.
See past events and activities of Atelier Rudee here

Language: English, German 
Workshops and studio hours: 10:00-17:00
Participants: maximum 10
Enrollment close: 30 Nov 2014. Applications are registered in the order in which they come in.
Enrollment: please e-mail to the following information.
- Completed enrollment form *only in English*
- Copy of Identity Card or passport
Upon acceptance, the fee of 16,900 THB must be paid immediately.

Atelier Rudee
20 Napalai 6, Sukhumvit 70/3, Bangna, Bangna, Bangkok 10260
Phone: +6682 3261309
Fax: +662 7455527

Dates and price

Price: 16,900 THB (about 395 Euro) >> Students get 30% discount
Date: Jan 4th-10th, 2015
Enrollment deadline: 30 Nov 2014

Note: Exchange rate as of Jan 29th, 2014 is € 1 = 44.9 THB