The creative process and participation in art by all members of our community, young and old, is just as important as its display and sale.
We offer a diverse range of programs suitable for artists at all levels, from primary-school-aged children right through to seniors, absolute beginners to experienced artists and everybody in between.
Workshops and development programs will touch on a cross-section of techniques, mediums and interests throughout the yearly program.
Suitably experienced artists are invited to express an interest in running a program or workshop at the gallery. Click here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Program and workshop annoucements
After attending the Curatorial Panel Discussion hosted by exhibition curator Janice Baker in the main gallery from 10AM, participants are invited to view a demonstration of Drypoint and Chine Collé techniques presented by Print Lab Australia founders Monika Lukowska and Melanie McKee. … Continued
Collie Art Gallery will host a panel discussion, titled Transitions, associated with the Seven Forms (Collie ’22) exhibition http://www.sevenforms.org/ on Saturday, 3 September, 10am. The exhibition Curator, Janice Baker, will moderate the discussions with each artist taking questions after giving … Continued
Mining Memories is the title of another workshop to be held during the Seven Forms exhibition. This workshop seeks to engage in conversations about mining memories and explore them through etching. Participants will be introduced to drypoint by expert etcher … Continued