Print from Nature – 4 – ARTS ACTION MINI SERIES

Details
Date:

June 4

Time:

01:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/print-from-nature-4-arts-action-mini-series-tickets-346550270187
Organizer

Bridge to Nowhere Arts Association Inc.

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/bridge-to-nowhere-arts-association-inc-19768482455
Venue

Warnertown Oval Club Rooms, Arts Centre, 913 Abattoirs Rd, Via Port Pirie. SA. 5540. Directions: When travelling South on Main Highway from Port Pirie, turn Right over the railway line at Warnertown. Travel around a right hand curve to see the sign Warne

913 Abattoirs Road Old Warnertown Football Club Rooms, Warnertown, SA 5540

Warnertown, SA, AU, 5540

ACTION ARTS : Join BTNArts Members as they practice and share their knowledge and skills. This is the 4th in a Mini Series of 10.

THE PROJECT

Action Arts @ Warnertown – join members of BTNArts in their arts activities, then maybe you’ll select from little known district Arts & Heritage venues to visit. At our gallery we have a range of exhibitions for you to view, including New Visual Stories from around the world in Textile Cartographies and Transcience & Imperfections by Fibrespace Inc.

OPEN 10.30am to 3.30pm Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday.

MINI SERIES OF MEMBERS ARTS ACTIVITIES – 10 X 10 X 10 listed below:

1. Fri 27 May Printing Fun

2. Sat 28 May Pastels

3. Fri 3 June Colours in Print

4. Sat 4 June Print from Nature

5. Sun 5 June Profile Print

6. Fri 10 June Print PRINT

7. Sat 11 June Solar Art

8. Fri 17 June Textile Pastels & Acrylics

9. Sat 18 June Textile Landscape Collage

10. Fri 23 June Wombats In Them Hills

The small fee covers all materials, use of group’s equipment and a cuppa with snack.

This venue is large with ample ventilation enabling participants to socially distance. All equipment, tables and chairs are cleaned between use to maximise your safety at a time of global pandemic. Although masks are not mandatory, it is asked that you respect the choice of others to wear masks for the session.

‘This project was made possible by the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, which supports the arts in regional and remote Australia.’