Photo: Andrius Lipsys
Inspired by the shapes, colours and textures of the Abstraction & Non-Objective Painting exhibition at Kingston Arts Centre, participants will create their very own colourful abstract works using art supplies and everyday materials.
Participants will learn about DIY methods of painting, drawing and collage under the guidance of contemporary artist Julia Gorman.
For kids who love art and for those who have never tried it before, this is a fun and supportive environment to explore some new ideas, get a little bit messy and express themselves creatively.
- All materials supplied
- Suitable for ages 6 - 13 years (For older children and adults, please book this session)
- Parent or guardian encouraged to attend!
- Bookings essential, limited to 20 participants
Wheelchair accessible venue. Please get in touch if you have specific concerns or requirements - (03) 9556 4462 or email@example.com
about the artist
Julia Gorman has exhibited widely internationally and throughout Australia, showing at major institutions including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, The National Gallery of Victoria, Geelong Gallery, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, The Art Gallery of Western Australia, and Heide Museum of Modern Art.
In 2016, she created 'The Forties’, the inaugural Inside/Out Commission for the MCA; she followed this by being commissioned as the MCA artist for Vivid Sydney last year. She is represented by Sophie Gannon Gallery.