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All Day Art Day – Winter Wonderland!

  • 1 day course 10 July, 2018

Brrr – it’s chilly out! Come inside and warm up in this winter inspired art day. Create whimsical works on paper featuring snowmen and snowflakes, make your own glittering snowflake banner and construct a playful penguin out of clay.

6-12 years.

Please bring a snack, lunch, hat, sunscreen, jacket and smock/apron.

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Class Dates

  • 10 July, 2018 9:30 am - 3:15 pm

Your Tutor

From a very young age Ebony has been a maker of things. Some of her earliest memories are associated with the results of her crafty endeavors. From sewing to painting, the process of making a tactile product is instinctive. Ebony holds a Bachelor of Arts in Fashion and has worked for more than a decade in the fashion industry. Over recent years she has translated her love of colour and design into visual art. The process of making art is a cathartic experience for Ebony and she takes great joy in sharing her skills with budding artists of all ages.
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Your Tutor

Pegs completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts in 1995 and has been painting, drawing and making ever since. About ten years ago she re-discovered the magical qualities of clay, which she had first discovered in high school. She now regularly sells her wheel-thrown tableware through markets and local traders. Whilst most of her work is made on the wheel, she loves hand building and experimenting with surfaces and different clay bodies. Pegs loves teaching and is inspired by her interactions with both children and adults as they discover clay for themselves.
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Madeleine completed an Honours of Fine Art at Monash University in 2014. At Monash she also obtained a Bachelor in Arts and Visual Arts majoring in Creative Writing and Painting, and in 2015 completed a Diploma of Languages (Spanish). In 2015 she commenced a Diploma of Ceramics at Holmesglen. Madeleine enjoys dissolving the boundaries of different mediums through the process of collaging materials. Originally trained as a painter she uses ceramics as another “canvas” on which to paint. Working with clay gives her practice three-dimensionality and opens up a dialogue between various art forms. She has exhibited her paintings and ceramics in various artist-run spaces throughout Melbourne.
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All Day Art Day – Winter Wonderland!

  • 1 day course 10 July, 2018
We're sorry, but all tickets sales have ended because the event is expired.