Image courtesy of Rhonda Pryor

Artwork provided courtesy of artist Rhonda Pryor

Creating Wellbeing

Explore your creativity and learn new skills in a friendly and supportive environment.

This program may be of particular benefit for residents living with mental illness or experiencing social isolation.

 

Bookings essential  

To book and for further information contact Jess Gledhill, Arts & Cultural Programs Officer via artsandculture@northsydney.nsw.gov.au or 9936 8100.

No experience required and all materials provided.

Participants must be 18+

Please do not book if you are feeling unwell or have cold or flu like symptoms, are in an at-risk category or have been in contact with someone returning from overseas or with COVID-19 within the past 21 days.

Please stay home if you are feeling unwell or have cold or flu like symptoms.

 

All art sessions are held from 12.30 - 3pm in the Art Room at North Sydney Community Centre, 220 Miller Street North Sydney.

As per Government Covid-19 health regulations when the Program resumes it will be with social distancing measures in place.

 

2021

30 July - Cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions

27 August - White on Black with Sally

Working on black paper, participants will observe, draw and explore using white paint, pastel and chalk to create an artwork.

24 September - Abstract Collage in the Style of Chinese Ge Ba with Rhonda

Working with fabric and rice glue on wood, participants will explore collage, texture and abstract composition.

15 October - Drawing Australian Flora with Michelle

Using materials such as charcoal, pastel and inks, participants will be guided through some “warm up” drawing exercises before creating a still life.

26 November - Mixing Colours with Basia

Using primary colours participants will be guided in mixing secondary and tertiary colours to create small abstract paintings.

17 December - Beaded Festive Bauble and Earrings with Bridget

Get in the festive spirit and bead your own bauble or earrings.

 

 

  

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