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Jody Graham – Draw from The Discarded
In this class you will be able to draw the wonderful world of birds using burnt wood salvaged from the Black Summer Bushfires, to pay homage to the endurance of the community and the environment. Some people see burnt remnants as a negative, using them in a positive way to draw and transform allows an individual to express the beauty in a new beginning. Join expert Jody Graham as you explore new techniques and investigate contemporary drawing practices, developing your skills of drawing with unconventional methods.
This one-day expressive drawing workshop is jam packed with projects and tasks to introduce students to expressive drawing in mixed media.
A workshop designed to activate and expand on your passion to draw and create. Learn innovative expressive drawing techniques to help you simplify complicated subjects and create contemporary unique artworks.
When you participating in this one-day course you can expect to learn how to create dynamic compositions, explore mark making with a variety of material, develop your drawing skills and refine techniques to promote individual expression.
The Wonderful World of Birds Workshop will teach you how to capture the expressive qualities of birds we encounter in our daily lives. The central theme throughout the workshop will be to help you understand and learn techniques to draw and paint avian qualities that intrigue and inspire you
Learn in a fun, covid safe environment easy to follow drawing approaches designed to strengthen observation skills and develop individual expression. Demonstrations will guide students through a combination of mixed media techniques, planned to promote the creation of unique artworks.
This is a masterclass for intermediate and advanced students.
Festival of Improvised and Experimental Music + Film + Art. Bringing to you innovative Artists from across the Nation.
This is the 13th year of the annual SoundOut festival, and in 2022 we will bring to you the continuation of the incredible explorative Sound, Film and visual Art event. This is the Improvisational and Experimental Music + Film + Arts festival to will uplift tired ears and eyes, explore the unknown, see within the fabric of sound, unravel the threads of normative musical praxis, and question sonic hegemonies. With artists that will combine, mix, cross-fertilize, and move sound mountains to inspire inquiring ears
SoundOut 2022 sees the extraordinary Artists: Vanessa Tomlinson ( vibraphone) in the duo Clocked Out with Erik Griswold (piano); Monika Brooks (piano and accordion); Clayton Thomas (double bass); Jim Denley(flute/saxophone); Sally-Anne McIntyre (electronics/radio objects) in a duo with Campbell Walker (experimental film); Laura Altman (clarinet/objects); Melanie Herbert (violin); Maria Moles (percussion/drums); Dave Brown(guitar); Nikki Johnson (percussion), Clara Pitt (flute); Nick Ashwood (guitar); Tony Osborne (vocals/electronics); Brian McNamara (invented electronics instr.); Charles Martin (electronics); Siena Mitchell (keyboard/electronics); Pip Gazard (electronics); Louise Curham (experimental film); Rhys Butler (alto sax); Richard Johnson (wind instr.); + more.
Mark Cauvin (double bass) and Jody Graham (visual Artist) will be performing in a duo improvisations of sound drawings during the festival as well as running a SoundOut Workshop on the 28th January from 1 – 4pm @Drill Hall Gallery for those interested (see seperate eventbrite page for info )
Saturday 7 August,
10AM – 2PM
Royal Botanic Garden, Mrs Macquaries Road Sydney
$120 ($100 Foundation & Friends Members) 02 9231 8182
Birds are a constant companion to lots of us. Many have unique encounters or special relationships with them. It’s a rewarding experience to watch and listen to their beauty, behaviour and bird song as they fly about, foraging for food, nest building or calling for a mate.
The Wonderful World of Birds Workshop will teach you how to capture the awe-inspiring beauty and many expressive qualities of birds we are blessed to encounter in our daily lives. For two days the central theme throughout the workshop will be to help you understand and learn techniques to draw and paint avian qualities that intrigue and inspire you.
Learn in a fun, covid safe environment, easy to follow drawing approaches designed to strengthen your observation skills and develop individual expression. Demonstrations will guide students through a combination of mixed media techniques, planned to promote the creation of unique artworks about the bird’s participants admire and love.
Join in this enjoyable, exciting workshop if you want to learn how to draw birds or enhance your existing knowledge and talent.
Lessons and techniques cater for beginners, intermediate and advanced students.
WHEN: 9.30am-4.00pm, Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd May 2021
WHERE: Rosby Mud Hut, 122 Strikes Lane, Eurunderee MUDGEE
COST: $265 per student. Includes complimentary lunch with Rosby Wine – SOLD OUT