Sunraysed initiative

MILDURA’s Mia Kolpin and Jess Orr are on a mission to bring together the region’s creative minds and give them a platform to showcase their talents through the new Sunraysed collective.

Ms Kolpin admits the concept was borne out of frustration, with a desire to meet others who had similar hobbies, but not knowing how to connect. 

Sunraysed partners Jess Orr and Mia Kolpin relax at Mia’s studio where she creates jewellery. She holds an edition of Zine, which is part of the Sunraysed group. Picture: Louise Donges

Sunraysed partners Jess Orr and Mia Kolpin relax at Mia’s studio where she creates jewellery. She holds an edition of Zine, which is part of the Sunraysed group. Picture: Louise Donges

“I met Jess at one of her macrame workshops and concluded that we were equally as frustrated as each other to not be able to find other makers in the town,” Ms Kolpin said. 

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