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Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin
Exhibition open from: 11 November 2020 to 14 December 2020
FULL $25 | UNDER 18 $15
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In this workshop, artist Jacqui Gordon encourages you to challenge the ways in which we document and record the collective and personal histories of women. With a focus on creating a contemporary archive of herstories, you will be guided to create an impression, drawing or gesture in clay.
Clay kit pick-up: Saturday 16 May, 10am - 11am & 1pm - 2pm
Online submission due: Saturday 30 May
Online exhibition launch: Friday 12 June
Our friends the Trash Puppets are back these holidays with another fun workshop for kids and adults to enjoy! Get your scissors, tape, toilet roll, coloured paper and anything else you would like to decorate your very own finger puppet! Create a family the possibilites are endless!
At home in isolation,
From Tuesday 30 June, 1pm - On line workshops for all to enjoy!
Built in 1928 and known as the King of Instruments, Kingston’s Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ has resided in City Hall since 1970.
Kingston City Hall, Moorabbin
Hire the Wurlitzer for your event by contacting our Venue Hire Coordinator on 9556 4435.
In this 3-part online workshop series, participants will be guided by Kingston Ceramic Studio artist, Christine Yeghyaian to explore the relationship between clay and the senses.
Kingston Ceramics Studio,
Workshop kit pick-up: Saturday 27 June, 10am -12pm
Workshop video access: Saturday 27 June - Saturday 11 July
Zoom catch-up online: Saturday 11 July, 11am - 12pm
Ceramic artwork drop-off (kiln firing): Saturday 25 July, 10am - 12pm
$25 per person, plus booking fee. Price includes workshop kit and firing service.
Led online by contemporary makers Louise Meuwissen, John Brooks and Pennie Jagiello, participants will transform natural, recycled, fossicked and found materials into sculpture, jewellery and wearable art.
Saturday 25 July:
Jewellery and wearable artworks with Pennie Jagiello (family friendly session): 10am - 12pm
Weaving with found objects with John Brooks: 2pm - 4pm
Visible mending embellished patches with Louise Meuwissen: 2pm – 4pm
Sunday 26 July:
Visible mending embellished patches with Louise Meuwissen: 10am - 12pm
Jewellery and wearable artworks with Pennie Jagiello (family friendly session): 2pm - 4pm
Weaving with found objects John Brooks: 2pm - 4pm
Exhibition: 18 August - 19 September
$8+BF per workshop
Kingston Arts & City of Kingston Social Development Teams Presents
Share Your Story Here
Following on from Refugee Week we are continuing to partner with Palestinian Artist Aseel Tayah and invite you to share your stories of home, journeys and dispacement. Your stories will be presented as part of Bukjjeh's tent experience in December at Westall Hub where you can share your story.
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