Jude White has been teaching and facilitating workshops for over over 30 years; working predominantly with Cultural Art Centres.
White is passionate about traveling to remote communities to facilitate workshops with Indigenous & non--Indigenous CALD communities.
White has a home studio space in the Northern Rivers of NSW to host workshops on Bundjalung Country.
Creating a abric repeat design
Creating a T-shirt design
Building and Meshing silk screens
Creating film positives
Ink mixing and colour mixing
INJALUK Arts & crafts
In 1992, whilst travelling around Australia, on a professional development for artists grant, White was invited to run her first screen-printing workshop at Injalak Arts & Crafts, in Gunbalanya in Arnhem Land.
During this workshop White supported local women to create their first fabric design print - 'Manma' (bush foods). White returned to Injalak in 2014 and ran a series of workshops, that enabled the creation of 22 more women's textile designs. These designs continue to be best sellers in the art centre, today.
White has continued a deep personal and professional relationship with the Kunwinjku women artists. She also co-managed a cross cultural project at her home with Bundjalung artists. It has been White's privelage to teach and facilitate workshops with these women for the past 30 years.
Sisters at Watarru by Noleen Dixon.
In 2022, Ikuntji Artists Aboriginal Corporation received a $100,000 Aboriginal Workforce Grant (AWG) from the Northern Territory Government to hold a series of workshops. White facilitated the workshop; teaching design textile and screen-printing.
In thses particular workshop, White trained a group of local designers as they created 13 new fabric designs and t-shirts. These fabrics have recently been shown at Australian Fashion week (and around the world); featured on the cover of Australian Vouge magazine.