1 August – 19 September, Saturday 10:00am-4:30pm
Discover the mystery of bronze, from planning a sculpture to casting in bronze. Model a figurative sculpture in wax, then make the ceramic shell casting, including sprueing the waxes, burning out the ceramic moulds, pouring the metal, and using metal chasing and patina techniques.
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6 – 9 October
10 am – 4 pm daily
The Dobell Drawing School offers an opportunity for Year 11 Visual Art students from government high schools in Sydney’s west and south-west and nominated regional areas to participate in one of five drawing workshops.
3 August – 21 September, Monday 10:00am-2:00pm
Do you want to learn practical drawing techniques and encourage your creativity to emerge in a supportive studio environment? Discover how to see and draw with proportion and perspective, and how to work from small studies to larger, sustained drawings.
1 August – 19 September, Saturday 10:00am-2:00pm
Learn practical drawing techniques and allow your creativity to emerge in a supportive studio environment. Discover how to see and draw with proportion and perspective and how to work from small studies to larger, sustained drawings. Learn about the importance of line, tone, composition and mark-making and explore the mediums of graphite, charcoal and ink.
4 August – 22 September 2020, Tuesday 6:00pm-9:00pm AEST
Are you keen to improve your ability to see and draw the human body from the privacy of your own home? This dynamic new drawing course lets you work directly with live models in an online studio, within a safe digital environment and an intimate group of students. Fran O’Neill teaches you to develop your observational drawing skills in form, volume and gestural awareness.
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1 August – 19 September, Saturday 10:00am-3:00pm
Explore the medium of etching with a variety of tools and techniques. Learn to work with acid, hard ground, soft ground, drypoint, aquatints, chine-collé and other techniques, and acquire the skills to transfer your printing plates onto paper using a printing press. Whether you are producing traditional editioned prints or investigating other methods of printing, you can explore the exciting range of results that are possible through the etching process.
Presenting a selection of recent works by more than 30 international contemporary artists, EuroVisions features a vibrant cross-section of leading tendencies in art from Europe.
Minimim amount of $50
Hope in Hell is a rich visual account of one of the oldest and best-preserved examples of colonial Sydney architecture, the Darlinghurst Gaol.
Concession price is available to holders of a current Centrelink concession card, a NSW travel concession as defined by Transport for NSW, or are Alumni of NAS as defined:
Graduates of the NAS holding a degree, diploma or certificate of the NAS, including graduates of the art department of East Sydney Technical College, Sydney Technical College and Alexander Mackie College of Advanced Education (between 1975-1977); and former students who have successfully completed at least one year of full-time study on any of the award courses included above.
Eligible concession card holders must bring their proof of eligibility to their first class. Alumni eligibility will be checked by the Alumni Coordinator prior to the first class.