Mother’s Day Shop
Looking for a unique gift for your Mum? FCAC has got you covered. Check out our funky and unique range of artisan gifts, merchandise, theatre shows and winter workshops below.
Don’t miss our upcoming Mother’s Day Market, Wednesday 9 May, 11am – 2pm on the FCAC Lawn (outside Happy River Cafe), to purchase all of the below from the friendly faces at FCAC.
Also, if you enrol into our popular one-off winter workshops before Sunday 13 May, you get 20% off using promo code ‘FCACMums’.*
For all enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, contact 03 9362 8888 or visit us at 45 Moreland St, Footscray.
*Please note that purchasing through PayPal will incur an additional shipping charge for delivery. For products that require delivery, purchases need to made by Tuesday 8 May to be delivered in time for Sunday 13 May. The delivery charge can be avoided by arranging pick up from reception at the centre by contacting us via email, telephone or in person as per the details provided above.
Mad about crafts? Check out our winter workshops including machine knitting, jewellery making and ceramics – the perfect gift for your arty Mum. Enrol before Sunday 13 May using the promo code ‘FCACMums’ to receive a 20% discount.*
|Introduction to Machine Knitting||Workshops Gift Voucher|
|Pop Art Jewellery||Fabric Planters|
|Introduction to Ceramics||Opening to Art|
*This offer excludes the Workshops Gift Voucher and only applies to workshops specified above as part of the Mother’s Day campaign.
FCAC and ArtLife Merchandise
Love merch? Show off your FCAC pride by purchasing our printed tees and totes especially for mum. Or support our ArtLife program, which engages artists with disabilities, by purchasing a zine, colouring book, badge or CD – all designed and produced by our ArtLife artists.
Does your Mum love theatre? Why not take her out to Which Way Home, a production by ILBIJERRI Theatre Company coming to FCAC 25-26 May. Infused with humour and heart Which Way Home draws on writer Katie Beckett’s own memories of growing up with her single Aboriginal father.