Studio Workshops

Spring Studio Workshops: Begin Monday, 15 October

Embrace your creativity with a range of diverse and exciting workshops on offer at the Incinerator Gallery.

These artist-led workshops offer students a chance to learn a new creative skill or develop an existing one within a relaxed gallery setting.

The workshops are also an opportunity to spend time with other creative people from the local area.

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
Ceramics Monday, 15 October Bookings open midnight Saturday, 1 September
Egg Tempera Painting Tuesday, 16 October Bookings open midnight Saturday, 1 September
Observational Drawing and Acrylic Painting Wednesday, 17 October Bookings open midnight Saturday, 1 September
Traditional Textiles with a Contemporary Twist Thursday, 18 October Bookings open midnight Saturday, 1 September
Fusing and Slumping Glass Thursday, 18 October Bookings open midnight Saturday, 1 September

 

Ceramics

Monday, 15 October

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, 15 October for 8 weeks
• Suitable for beginners
• Includes materials
• BYO towel or apron

Book your place or call 8325 1750.

Egg Tempera Painting

Tuesday, 16 October

Discover the traditional technique of combining egg yolk with ground pigments to create brightly coloured paints. Guided by artist and educator Sandra Tobias students learn how to prepare the surface, compose a design and apply paint for a desired effect. Students gain insights to the historical applications of this painting method.
• Commencing 6.30 to 8.30pm Tuesday, 16 October for 8 weeks
• Suitable for beginners
• Includes materials

Book your place or call 8325 1750.

Observational Drawing and Acrylic Painting

Wednesday, 17 October

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, 17 October for 8 weeks
• Suitable for beginners to advanced levels
• Includes materials

Book your place or call 8325 1750.

Traditional Textiles with a Contemporary Twist

Thursday, 18 October

This course introduces a variety of handcrafted textile techniques including embroidery, fabric painting, screen printing and quilting or fabric collage. From week five and under guidance from Bats of Leisure—sibling artists Aaron and Aoife Billings—students will select their preferred technique to create a more substantial artwork.
• Commencing 6.30 to 8.30pm Thursday, 18 October for 8 weeks
• Suitable for beginners to experienced sewers
• Includes most materials
• Students are asked to bring any special fabrics or materials that they may like to use in the final product
• May require some homework to complete ambitious works

Book your place or call 8325 1750.

Fusing and Slumping Glass

Thursday, 18 October

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, ornaments and a tangram puzzle, whilst gaining an understanding of kiln firings.
• Commencing 6.30 to 8.30pm Thursday, 18 October for 8 weeks
• Suitable for beginners to advanced levels
• Includes materials 

Book your place or call 8325 1750.

Last updated: Saturday, 18 August 2018, 10:53 AM