Recent article from the Tasmainian Examiner celebrates career highlights.
In conversation with Caroline Baum at the Sherman Centre for Culture and Ideas
This video features in detail the work that I have been doing, collaborating with the Vanuatu hat weavers in Espirito Santo.
A formative opportunity for professional development investigating inspiring practices around Millinery and men’s hat design.
SEPTEMBER 2, 2019 Hats Off to Vanuatu, Weavers take on the World Millinery magic with a royal twist. The Pacific Brim success story. By Alex Bortoli. Weno Eli prepares pandanus fibres for hat weaving Everyone loves a ‘feel good’ story. And this is up there with the best of them. In fact, if it wasn’t […]
Vanuatu women weave colonial-era tools with business skills to get ahead in hat trade Link to this article https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-05-03/vanuatu-women-weaving-hats-rosie-boylan-convict-tool/9718942
Weaving, hat making and Cross-cultural skill sharing in Vanuatu
This article was first published as an advertisement feature on bbc.com and was created by BBC Storyworks, BBC Advertising’s commercial content team, on behalf of ŠKODA.
Rosie shares her hat making skills with Papua New Guinean women Recently I have been fortunate to share my hat making skills with the Bilum weavers of Papua New Guinea (PNG) through the Geneva-based International Trade Centre (ITC) – a United Nations/World Trade Organisation agency focused on trade development, funded by the Australian Government through […]