Earthly delights surveys the significant creative achievements of Colin Lanceley (1938-2015) over five decades from the 1960s to 2012. This exhibition traces the evolution of his work from the early, raw collages made as a member of the Imitation Realists, an artist collaborative group formed at NAS, to his assembled sculptures of the mid-1960s and his subsequent incorporation of hand-carved assemblage into his painted surfaces over ensuing decades.
John Olsen: Goya’s Dog spans eight decades of the artist’s practice, from the 1950s, when he first visited Spain, to the present.
ON-CAMPUS: 13-14 May 2023, Saturday and Sunday 9.30am-4.30pm each day. Early Fee ends 3 April 2023
Be introduced to the basic skills of wheel-throwing clay, including how to centre the clay, lift, shape and trim the form. Tania demonstrates, encourages and guides you to develop techniques and confidence to make cups, bowls and sculptural forms.
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ONLINE: 8 February – 5 April 2023, Wednesday 2-5pm AEST. Early fee ends 2 January 2023
Invigorate your painting practice and expand your visual vocabulary of abstraction and landscape painting. Learn how to draw out the abstract from within the conventions of landscape, looking backwards and forwards, and constantly exploring the rich potential of the painted image.
* please note there is a one week break on 22 February
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ONLINE: 8 February – 29 March 2023, Wednesday 10am-1pm AEST. Early fee ends 2 January 2023
ONLINE: 26 April – 14 June 2023, Wednesday 10am-1pm AEST. Early fee ends 20 March 2023
10 January 2023
1 – 4pm
6-8 years old
Sail across the seas, climb the tallest mountains or discover a new world in outer space as you create your own adventure comic!
ON CAMPUS: 9-13 January 2023, Monday to Friday 9.30am-4.30pm. Early Fee Ends 5 December 2022
Dr David Briggs
Learn simple anatomical concepts that will enable you to visualise any part of the body, in any action, from any direction, and grasp the essential action of drawing in a few lines instead of fifty. Beginners will focus initially on drawing the skeleton, but content is flexible for those with prior knowledge.
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Image Credit: Dr David Briggs
9 January 2023
9.30am – 4pm
9-12 years old
Bring your drawings to life in this animation workshop!