We are often engaged to talk about our work with bioplastic and perform live cooks for audiences at events and in educational settings. Currently in development and soon to be offered are workshops that can be offered to both individuals or booked for private groups where participants will learn to make their own algae-based bioplastic.

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Artist talk at A Sea at the Table exhibition to industrial design students from RMIT University. March 2021 at OTHER MATTER Studio. Photo by Claire Lehmann.

Setup for live bioplastic cook of weekly studio offcuts. February 2021 at Testing Grounds’ Testing Nights event. Photo by Isabella Horne-Saunders.

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