Wildlife Places - Creating Clay Habitats
Start Date & Time:
Sunday, 21 May 2017 9:00 am
End Date & Time:
Sunday, 21 May 2017 1:00 pm
Incinerator Art Space Willoughby, Small Street, Willoughby
Bring your creativity and love of nature together to learn about the native animals that may exist in your backyard and local area.
Beginning at the ‘Incinerator Art Space’ we will visit the sculpture exhibition to look at how sculpture can provide habitat for terrestrial and some other species. Animals like microbats, skinks and frogs will be discussed.
Then enjoy a coffee at the Incinerator Café or head to the Willoughby Park Centre for the morning tea which will be provided. Then you will be creating your sculptures at the Centre.
Ceramicist Karen Farrell will provide you with the basic clay building techniques to create your own clay sculpture to go in the garden for you and the local wildlife to enjoy. Sculptures will need to be dried and fired after which you’ll be notified that they can be picked up (4 weeks).
Please note this workshop costs $20 per adult. Only book for adults and please note on your booking the number and age of your children. Any enquires please contact Liz Powell.
Liz Powell on 97777871 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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