Learn leathercraft from an internationally renowned leather artisan at Cobb+Co Museum.
Leathercraft is the practice of making leather into craft objects or works of art, using shaping techniques such as carving and stamping, or colouring techniques, or both.
Meet your tutor
Cherryl McIntyre (pictured) is known for her refreshing and innovative approach to using leather as a medium for creating sculpture and unique fashion accessories. Her work is world-renowned and she was the first Australian to win the International Al Stohlman Award, which is presented to one person each year in recognition of their dedication to the leather art industry.
How do you book?
It's easy! Choose the workshop and date that suits you best and give us a call on +61 (0) 7 4659 4900. Please see terms and conditions (188 KB) .
Upcoming workshops are listed below. Depending on demand, additional workshops may be scheduled during the year. Next year's schedule will be available from November.
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For further information call us on +61 (0) 7 4659 4900 or contact us using our online form.
Spectators are welcome at all workshops.