Studio Workshops

The Incinerator Gallery’s winter Studio Workshops will soon be open for bookings.

The workshops are for adults wanting to learn a new creative skill or further develop an existing one. The workshops are also an opportunity to spend some time with other creative people in your local area.

Suited for all experience levels, Studio Workshops will be led by a professional artist at the Gallery over eight weeks.

Classes include materials unless stated otherwise.

Bookings essential as class sizes are limited to small groups.

Tickets $240.

Full terms and conditions.

Classes Time Bookings
Beginners Drawing Monday, 16 July, 10am-12 noon Book here!
Intermediate Drawing Monday, 16 July, 6.30pm-8.30pm Booked out!
Ceramics Monday, 16 July, 6.30pm-8.30pm Booked out!
Egg Tempera Painting Tuesday, 17 July, 6.30pm-8.30pm Book here!
Observational Drawing and Acrylic Painting Wednesday, 18 July, 6.30pm-8.30pm Booked out!
Fusing and Slumping Glass Thursday, 19 July, 6.30pm-8.30pm Booked out!

 

Beginners Drawing

Starts Monday, 16 July, for eight weeks

This course provides instruction in a range of drawing techniques to develop each student’s ability to depict shape and tone in a confident and accurate manner. Led by artist Archie Barry, each session involves looking at artwork examples and a drawing demonstration, followed by guidance throughout the drawing process.
• 10am to 12 noon
• Suitable for beginners 
• Includes materials
• This class is a pre-requisite for Intermediate Drawing
• 8 spaces are available in this workshop

Book here.

Intermediate Drawing

Starts Monday, 16 July, for eight weeks

This course takes a more focused approach to creating drawings with a realistic sense of tone and depth. Led by artist Archie Barry, students will further hone their skills to work on developing drawings across two-to-three week projects. This allows students to delve into specific tonal drawing techniques more thoroughly, with guidance and feedback along the way.
• 6.30 to 8.30pm
• Suitable for those with intermediate drawing skills or have completed the Beginners Drawing course
• Includes materials
• 8 spaces are available in this workshop

This studio workshop has booked out!

Ceramics

Starts Monday, 16 July, for eight weeks

Led by artist Sachiko Mardon, this course focuses on clay hand-building techniques as a foundation for making small useful objects. Students will learn about clay types and applications, methods of forming including pinching, coiling and slab-building to create a series of objects that are fired and functional.  
• 6.30 to 8.30pm
• Suitable for beginners 
• Includes materials
• BYO towel or apron
• Six spaces are available in this workshop

Book here.

Egg Tempera Painting

Starts Tuesday, 17 July, for eight weeks

Artist and art educator Sandra Tobias introduces traditional painting methods utilised in Byzantine iconography. Learn how to prepare a wooden surface and mix egg yolk with finely ground pigments to design and create a vivid and luminous image.
• 6.30 to 8.30pm
• Suitable for beginners
• Includes materials
• Eight spaces are available in this workshop

Book here.

Observational Drawing and Acrylic Painting

Starts Wednesday, 18 July, for eight weeks

Facilitated by artist Ben Guy, this course provides a comprehensive introduction to a variety of basic drawing and painting techniques, working in a ‘draw what you see’ process. Using a range of three dimensional and two dimensional references, students gain an understanding of form, tone and basic colour mixing methods.
• 6.30 to 8.30pm
• Suitable for beginners to advanced levels
• Includes materials
• Eight spaces are available in this workshop

Book here.

Fusing and Slumping Glass

Starts Thursday, 19 July, for eight weeks

Students will be introduced to basic techniques and methods of fusing and slumping glass through a series of guided projects. Glass artist Bethany Wheeler will explain different glass types, safety in the studio, and how to cut sheet glass. Students will create a range of small items such as bowls, platters, wall pieces, jewellery and sculptures, whilst gaining an understanding of kiln firings.
• 6.30 to 8.30pm
• Suitable for beginners to advanced levels
• Includes materials
• Eight spaces are available in this workshop

Book here.

Book your place or call 8325 1750.

Last updated: Wednesday, 20 June 2018, 10:56 AM