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[BKARTS] Creative SunCoast @ artSynC



Hello,

I wanted to let you know about artSynC's upcoming series of introductory arts and creative workshops. Commencing May at artSynC (on Queensland's Sunshine Coast), we're presenting a season of introductory arts & creative workshops. For our first workshop program of the year, artSynC is presenting 12 workshops some of the Coast?s best-known artists. Throughout the month of May, artSynC will be hosting a variety of reasonably priced one- and two-day arts workshops each weekend. Please let others know what we have on offer next month:

Non-toxic Colour Printing Workshop (Etching)
Judith Rosenberg
Saturday 7 May, 9.30am - 2pm
$75 artSynC members | $95 others (includes GST)

For beginners, experienced printers and those who want to know about etching. You will produce an etching plate with image ready to print. The process is taken through all the stages and you will print a one or two colour print by the end of the day.

Judith Rosenberg started as an artist at London Zoo and taught painting at Canberra School of Art. An accomplished printmaker, she is involved with the Press Gang who recently exhibited at Noosa Regional Gallery.

Exploring the Book ? Simple Creative Book Bindings
Judy Barrass
Saturday 14 May, 9.30am - 4pm
$75 artSynC members | $95 others (includes GST)

An introductory workshop for people who are interested in learning some simple bookbinding techniques. No experience necessary - will interest those who simply want to make their own books as well as artists and teachers who are interested in learning more about artist books. The book formats learned can be used for journals, albums, notebooks, recording special occasions and more.

Judy Barrass works across a range of mediums from her studio in Noosa. Current practice includes works in paper; artist books; surface design and embellishment.

Photography for Artists and Craftspeople
Paul Johnson
Saturday 14 & Sunday 15 May, 9am - 2pm both days
$200 artSynC members | $220 others (includes GST)

Photography serves three functions for an artist and craftsperson: to record the evolution of artistic growth ? documentation; to provide galleries, buyers and writers with visually stimulating images ? marketing; and to build an image bank of ideas for future use ? creativity. No matter what kind of equipment we have, it is possible to produce better images through learning the principles of content, context and lighting.

Paul Johnson has extensive experience in public artworks in Australia and New Zealand and has exhibited internationally.

Journey to Journals
Judy Barrass
Saturday 28 May, 9.30pm - 4pm
$75 artSynC members | $95 others (includes GST)

No knowledge of making books is necessary for this introductory workshop that covers some simple bookbinding techniques and the keeping of journals. Participants will construct several books, including a hard cover journal, and will explore various ways of recording experience. The skills learned can be used to create special and very personalised books as journals, albums, keepsakes, gifts, or works of art. The emphasis will be on developing creative approaches to the construction of journals and the recording of experience.

Judy Barrass works across a range of mediums from her studio in Noosa. Current practice includes works in paper; artist books; surface design and embellishment.

Places are limited so please call or email for a registration form and book early. Call 07 5476 0655 or email info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Many thanks
John Armstrong
Director (Projects)
artSynC
Location: Old Ambulance Centre, 80-82 Howard Street (corner Howard & Williams Streets), Nambour
Post: PO Box 1338, Nambour QLD 4560, Australia
Phone: (07) 5476 0655
Fax: (07) 5476 0233
info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
http://artsync.blogspot.com
http://www.artsynconline.com


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