Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

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School Holiday workshops

WINTER SCHOOL HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS

To beat the boredom the Gallery is hosting a series of fun workshops for kids over the Autumn School Holidays 

CELEBRATE NAIDOC WEEK WITH ALFIE WALKER

Place and connection with place is a core concept for Alfie in his work.  As a local Aboriginal man, Alfie has grown up hearing stories about Goulburn and the significance of the area as a traditional meeting place for his people.  He has a deep connection with the local area as well as to the stories his family members told him as a child.  Listen and learn from Alfie as he talks about his work as an artist before considering your own connection with Goulburn in a painting or drawing of your own. 

WHEN:  Monday 3 July 2017

AGE:  6 years an older

TIME: 10 - 12 noon

COST:  Free

 

REDUCE, REUSE, UPCYCLE

Many objects end up in landfill that take forever to breakdown which is bad for the environment.  Learn about creative reuse of unwanted items in your of creation of an upcycled artwork.

WHEN:  Wednesday 5 July 2017

AGE:  6 years and older

TIME:  10  - 12 noon

COST:  $18-00 per child

 

COLLAGE CRAZINESS

Explore the many possibilities of collage in this two hour class.  We will be using a range of materials inlcuding paper, ribbon, magazines, fabric and cardboard to create a 2D and a 3D artwork each to take home.

WHEN: Friday 7 July

AGE:  6 years and older

TIME:  10 - 12 noon

COST:  $18 per child

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For bookings please contact the gallery on 48 234 442 or email artgallery@goulburn.nsw.gov.au

  

 

 

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