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January 2016

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NOLAN PROFESSIONAL LEARNING WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS

Are you an art teacher who is too busy to make your own art? Would you like to work at a relaxed pace in a creative space? Be inspired and join Nolan education officer Kay Whitney for a printmaking workshop in the CMAG studio featuring monoprinting methods, materials and techniques. Monoprinting is a one-off method of printmaking that favours a playful and spontaneous approach to art-making and this is why Nolan favoured it. A range of materials will be used in this workshop and various monoprinting techniques and methods of presentation will be demonstrated, including how to make a digital collage of your work and exhibit it on social media. These workshops feature lesson plan ideas and resources that teachers can adapt for use in the art classroom.

NOLAN PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP

Monoprinting is a one-off method of printmaking that favours a playful and spontaneous approach to art-making and this is why Nolan favoured it. A range of materials will be used in this workshop and various monoprinting techniques and methods of presentation will be demonstrated, including how to make a digital collage of your work and exhibit it on social media.

NOLAN PROFESSIONAL LEARNING WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS Friday 29 January 2016: 10am – 3pm NOLAN PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP Saturday 30 January 2016: 10am – 3pm $40 (ACT M&G Members $35) Bookings and payment by Mon 18 January 2016 Suitable for ages 16+ Please bring your own drinks, snacks and lunch. For bookings telephone 6207 3968

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