Studio Workshops

Studio Workshops at the Incinerator Gallery

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.

Enjoy artist-led workshops designed to suit a range of different skill and experience levels.

Monday Morning Beginners Drawing runs 10am – 12 noon, and all other workshops this term will run from 6.30pm to 8.30pm on their respective dates.

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 here.

Classes Commencing                
Monday Morning Beginners Drawing Monday, 16 July Bookings open midnight Monday, 4 June
Intermediate Drawing Monday, 16 July Bookings open midnight Monday, 4 June
Ceramics Monday, 16 July Bookings open midnight Monday, 4 June
Egg Tempera Painting Tuesday, 17 July Bookings open midnight Monday, 4 June
Observational Drawing and Acrylic Painting Wednesday, 18 July Bookings open midnight Monday, 4 June
 Fusing and Slumping Glass Thursday, 19 July Bookings open midnight Monday, 4 June

 

Bookings open Monday, 4 June.

 

Monday Morning Beginners Drawing

Monday, 16 July

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.
Commencing 10am to 12 noon Monday, 16 July for 8 weeks
Suitable for beginners 
Includes materials
This class is a pre-requisite for Intermediate Drawing
8 spaces are available in this workshop

Intermediate Drawing

Monday, 16 July

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.
Commencing 6.30 to 8.30pm Monday, 16 July for 8 weeks
Suitable for those with intermediate drawing skills or have completed the Beginners Drawing course
Includes materials
8 spaces are available in this workshop

Ceramics

Monday, 16 July

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.  
Commencing 6.30 to 8.30pm Monday, 16 July for 8 weeks
Suitable for beginners 
Includes materials
BYO towel or apron
6 spaces are available in this workshop

Egg Tempera Painting

Tuesday, 17 July


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.
Commencing 6.30 to 8.30pm Tuesday, 17 July for 8 weeks
Suitable for beginners
Includes materials
8 spaces are available in this workshop

Observational Drawing and Acrylic Painting

Wednesday, 18 July

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.
Commencing 6.30 to 8.30pm Wednesday, 18 July for 8 weeks
Suitable for beginners to advanced levels
Includes materials
8 spaces are available in this workshop

Fusing and Slumping Glass

Thursday, 19 July

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.
Commencing 6.30 to 8.30pm Thursday, 19 July for 8 weeks
Suitable for beginners to advanced levels
Includes materials
8 spaces are available in this workshop

Book your place or call 8325 1750.

 

Last updated: Thursday, 24 May 2018, 4:16 AM