Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

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Afterschool Art Class fun.

 

Relief print of the 'garden' by Isabella. High school afternoon art class term 1 2017

 

After School Art Classes 

Afternoon Art Club Term 2 2017

A range of fun and creative art activities which allow children to explore their imaginations and a variety of art making practices.  In our lessons you will learn how to express your ideas in the form of art, enjoy the process of creating and develop and refine your art making skills.  Throughout the term you will complete a range of projects which may include painting, drawing, ceramics, print making, sculptur, textiles, performance, film and photography.  

Commencing 3 May 2017

Cost:  $70-00 for 9 weeks.  

Who: Our Afternoon Art Classes are taught by Gallery Education Officer, Sally O'Neill who has a Bachelor of Fine Arts majoring in Painting and Drawing.

 

Classes will run on Wednesdays and Thursdays for  9 week course. Classes begin at 3.45pm and end at 4.45pm 

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HIGH SCHOOL AFTERNOON ART CLUB TERM 2 2017

WITH SALLY O'NEILL

High school students will rediscover their passion for viewing, talking about and creating art through participation in student led art discussions and the exploration of contemporary and traditional art techniques.  In term 2 students will explore the art discipline of sculpture whilst developing and refining the foundational skill of drawing  

Commencing Friday 5 May 2017.

Cost:  $80 for 9 weeks or $10 per class

Classes will run on a Friday.  CLASSES begin at 3.35 and end at 4.45pm 

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