Develop your child's artistic skills as they experience being an

Artist 4 a Week!

 

SCHOOL HOLIDAY ART PROGRAMME

6 - 10 July 2020

 

9am – 3pm Monday to Friday

 7 – 12 year olds


”Our native friends”


Students will fully immerse in creating for a week. Exploring the theme of 'our native friends' and all that encompasses, students will animate and bring to life our native fauna. Researching how and where they live and what they eat. This will culminate in an exhibition that will surprise and delight all.

Using the natural habitat of our stunning Queens Gardens. We will explore possible habitats and discover local native friends. From the exotic crawly creatures, hiding in their lush botanical setting, to the soaring birds above.

Starting with plein air sketching, research and imaginative brain storming. Concepts will be bought to life using wire and recycling found objects. Students will be encouraged to sketch, print, paint and paper mache to create 2-D / 3-D native fauna. Exploring their unique and individual idea's while learning new techniques and creative skills. Glow in the dark paint will surprise in
this fun and friendly environment. The Queens Gardens and
The Suter Galleries providing abundant inspiration.

'I wish this was a school and I could go to it all the time!' 

Quoted from the last 'Artist for a Week' program 2017, Arlo 10 years

A special exhibition on Friday afternoon will showcase student work. Family and friends warmly invited.

LOCATION:

Mina Arndt Education Room

The Suter Art Gallery, 208 Bridge St, Nelson

BOOKINGS:

The Suter Art Gallery, 208 Bridge St, Nelson

Phone: 03 548 4699

 

$250 for 5 days, includes all art materials, tuition & exhibition opening

 

Early booking advised as places are strictly limited.

All workshops must be paid prior to commencement of program

 

Photo Credit: Larisse Hall. Fantastical Tea Party, Light Nelson 2018 and preparation in art class

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© 2017 by Larisse Hall