Belconnen Community Service and Northside Community Service will run a 10 week Open Art Program called “ Gungahlin Impressions” aimed at creative people who live in the Gungahlin region.
Participants in the program will be free to choose whatever art style they want to work on (murals, paintings, ceramic, sculpture, painting, mosaic, etc.) ; and if they want to work individually or in collaboration with another participant. No prior experience is needed and all the materials will be provided
Gungahlin Impressions will be led by the experienced artist Tony Steel . Tony has been creating public artworks around Canberra for the past twenty years. He has worked with various communities and school groups to create wonderful art work that enliven spaces. He loves working collaboratively and works with a range of different materials .
The 10 Week Art Program will start on Wednesday, September 27 and will end on Wednesday, November 29. It will run once a week 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm at Common Ground Canberra ( 130 The Valley Ave, Gungahlin). On Wednesday, September 20 at 3:15 pm an Information Session will be held at Common Ground Canberra . The registration deadline is Friday , September 15, 2017. Numbers are limited.
The Art Program will cost $150. Other payment options are also available.
And for more information please contact Barbara on firstname.lastname@example.org / 0451 683 013
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