Workshops 2019-09-18T13:31:50+09:30


Aly values the knowledge gained and exchanged through facilitating workshops that can inspire creativity and promote environmental awareness.

Aly has travelled far and wide over the past twenty years to move many with her vast and generous knowledge of contemporary textile practice.  Highlights in her teaching career include 7 years at the Batchelor Institute for Indigenous Tertiary Education as the Lecture in Certificate 1-4. As a freelance artist she has facilitated workshops at many festivals and events including the Woodford Folk Festival, Queensland, The Beanie Festival Alice Spring and the 2018 Fibre Arts Festival in the Sunshine Coast.

Since 2015 she has worked with women artists to   develop a highly successful and celebrated ghost net weaving and plant dying enterprise at Anindilyakwa Arts on Groote Island.

Upcoming workshops include jellyfish weaving workshops at the 2019 Fibre Art Festival (Link) and 2019 Woodford Folk Festival.

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“Aly de Groot is very generous with sharing of her knowledge and skills and has worked with AENT (Art Educators of the NT) members in a number of capacities. She has presented at conference events, hosted numerous hands on workshops using different dying and weaving techniques, worked in schools as an Artist in Schools, and engaged teachers and schools in community events. We are fortunate to have Aly as a locally based artist and appreciate how she includes the local art community in her inspiring creative journey that responds to issues pertinent to our environment.”

– Korin Lesh, President of the Art Educators of the NT