Hands On Holiday Intensive: Patterns And Prints

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Hands On Holiday Intensive: Patterns And Prints
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Hands On Holiday Intensive: Patterns And Prints says
Join us at the Museum of Brisbane these school holidays for two weeks of hands-on art workshops for children aged 8-15 years. The day begins with an inspiration session touring an exhibition or exploring City Hall followed by a hands-on art activity to complement the focus for that day. Participants will be introduced to new artistic skills, encouraged to be extremely creative and develop an appreciation for existing artworks and architecture. Delivered and facilitated by our experienced art teachers your children will learn about each of our exhibitions and leave each day with a special artwork to display.

Children will be taken on a guided exploration of the City Hall and Museum of Brisbane seeking out the unique and heritage-listed architecture and interiors. Children will be encouraged to take photographs of interesting patterns or imagery seen on the tour, or create their own based on inspiration from the tour. These images will then be edited, simplified and used to create their own relief prints to be used for printing on either paper or fabric.

Suitable for children ages 8 - 15.

Museum of Brisbane, Level 3 Brisbane City Hall
DATE: Mon 3 April 2017
TIME: 9:30am - 4pm
COST: $80
Bookings are essential to secure your spot, you can book individual days or a weekly package. For more information, visit http://www.museumofbrisbane.com.au/whats-on/hands-on-holiday-intensive/

Additional Information:
- Please drop your child off at 9.30am and be ready to pick up your child at 4pm.
- Each child is required to bring a packed lunch in a sealed container.
- The day will include two supervised 15 minutes breaks with fruit provided in the morning and afternoon as well as a supervised 45 minute break for lunch. Children will eat their lunch at 12.30pm if you wish to visit.
- Please advise of any dietary or medical requirements when booking.
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By: Museum of Brisbane

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