We’re turning 50 and we want you to celebrate with us.
March 18 10am-4pm
Free demonstrations, workshops, art for sale, food, music, performances, curated kids space.
All day in the garden
Immerse yourself in the COLOUR FOREST and create sculptural artworks for our garden installation. For kids of all ages.
10am – 12pm Workshop: Classic Sculpture Workshop with Richard Byrnes Register Here
12pm – 1pm Demonstration: Hand building with clay with Lia Klugman
2pm – 3pm Demonstration: Contemporary Ceramics with Catherine Tate
1pm – 2pm Workshop: A Painterly Introduction to Charcoal with Philippa Hagon Register Here
2-3pm Workshop: Painting and Drawing – Still Life with Philippa Hagon (Kids & families)
11-1pm Demonstration & Workshop: Printmaking with Robert Ives
2pm – 4 pm Workshop: Expressive Painting Techniques with Annabel Butler . Please note: This workshop is now fully subscribed.
1pm – 3pm Dancing Performances and Demonstrations from the School of Arts
1pm -2pm Tango Demonstration and performance with National Tango Champion Sophia Register Here
3pm – 3.30 Yoga Register Here
Please note: Limited places available for some workshops. Please register below to secure your place.
Register here 10am-12pm Classic Sculpture Workshop with Richard Byrnes
Register Here 1pm – 2pm A Painterly Introduction to Charcoal with Philippa Hagon
Stall holder Information: Calling all artists, makers, students, foodies! We need you! Come along and join. Please fill in the attached form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 1968 we are very proud and excited to be celebrating our 50th Anniversary in 2018. We are one of Sydney’s longest running not for profit art cooperatives, and have been providing quality art classes to the community for 50 years, which we think is a pretty amazing achievement. We are planning several events throughout the year including our upcoming Market Day, a series of master workshops and talks, a kick-your-heels-up Gala Dinner, Tutors’ Exhibition, an Archival Project and more.
We will be inviting you to help tell our history by sharing your stories in our Archival Video Project and online portal which we will be launching soon. We have received a grant from the Royal Historical Society to help us with this project. If you have a story to tell, some old pics or if you are an ex student, teacher, prize winner, we would love to hear from you. email@example.com