Bundanon Inspire Youth Art Program
Monday 15 January 2024 to Tuesday 16 January 2024 (MONTHLY event)
Bundanon Inspire is a free art-marking program for young people aged 12 – 18 years old that includes artmaking, ecology walks and visits to the Art Museum.
On day one, explore the Art Museum and enjoy a guided ecology walk through the Bundanon bushland. Use drawing and painting techniques to create a text or symbol-based artwork that explores how meaning and messaging can be obscured, highlighted, revealed or hidden.
Day two, in the morning, use simple print-making, stencilling and collage processes and recycled materials to interpret Bundanon’s landscape creating a large format work that can transform towards three-dimensional possibilities. In the afternoon, create your own, woven interpretation of your thoughts and feelings in this place, then collaborate with your peers to assemble a larger work that shows relationships between the individual woven pieces.
Attendance on both days is required. It includes a shuttle bus to and from Nowra, lunch, and morning and afternoon tea each day.
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