Upcoming @ Lismore Art Space
This is Nyree L Smith, she will be conducting fun, hands-on, project based classes in wood and metalworking techniques. To see what workshops are coming up in May and June click HERE
Advanced Cyanotype workshop June 13,10-2
This workshop is for those who have some experience printing Cyanotypes and want to take their skills to the next level. Your instructor Raimond de Weerdt will provide students with an in-depth experience of working with all aspects of the cyanotype process, which includes printing Cyanotypes using negatives, toning and creating extreme Cyanotypes. NSW Discover vouchers welcome.
Cost $75 ($50 with voucher)
Paint and Sip-Friday June 18, 6-8pm
The first Paint and Sip session at Lismore Art Space. These ongoing sessions will provide you with an opportunity to be creative, have a glass of your choice and meet like minded people in a fun and relaxed environment.
Lino Printmaking and hand colouring techniques
June 20, 10am-4pm
During this informative workshop participants will learn the art of Lino block printing to
produce a finished lino block and multiple prints - ready to take home and frame!
The class will be led through the process of block design, carving, registration, inking and printing their lino block and methods to incorporate hand-coloured features into their finished print. This creative workshop is ideal for all skill levels and is a perfect class for anyone interested in learning new exciting ways of mark making. Participants will go home with a finished print (that will be printed on the day) and the knowledge of how to produce their prints at home.
All materials are provided, including tea, coffee, and a glass of wine.
Please bring an image or design for inspiration (we will be using a 15 x 15cm block)
Also bring along your lunch.
Discover NSW Vouchers Welcome!
Jeht Burgoyne is a multidiscipline artist with knowledge in a wide range of processes.
Jeht has taught and tutored at various galleries and institutions during her creative career her knowledge of mediums including assemblage, etching, block printing, drawing, painting and fabric sculpture. She holds a Diploma in Fine Arts and a Degree in Visual Arts.
Make your own felted hat. August 8, 10am-3pm
Come along for this 5 hour workshop and learn the art of wet felting.
Wet felting is the process of using water, soap, wool and friction to merge the fibres together to create a fabric. Wet felting is an ancient craft and is where our very first textiles came from. Your experienced instructor Courtney Heffernan will guide you though the basics of everything you need to know regarding the wonderful world of felting. You can expect to walk home with a finished hat and the know how to put your own personal touch to it at home.
WHATS INCLUDED - all materials - online workshop sheets - lunch - homemade hearty soup with bread. (vegan friendly). If you have special diet requirements please feel welcome to bring your own lunch.
- tea and snacks
No experience is needed although some understanding of this process may be useful.
Price - $160
Max 8 participants