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Eco-Art Workshop Drawing and Lithography Printing

10 Oct 2020 - 18 Oct 2020

When

Saturday 10 October 2020, 10.00am - Sunday 11 October 2020, 4.00pm

Sunday 11 October 2020, 10.00am - Sunday 11 October 2020, 4.00pm

Sunday 18 October 2020, 10.00am - Sunday 18 October 2020, 4.00pm


First day is on 10 Oct, split in two streams. People can choose to attend the second stream on 11 or 18 Oct

Where

  • Day one: Kaipātiki Project, 17 Lauderdale Rd, Birkdale
  • Day two: Auckland Print Studio, Unitec, Gate 4, Building 108-1044, off Carrington Road, Mount Albert
Cost

$120 for both days

Bookings

kaipatiki.org.nz/whats-on/eco-art-workshop

Contact

Sam

community@kaipatiki.org.nz

Website

kaipatiki.org.nz/whats-on/eco-art-workshop

facebook.com/events/2343593229280437

A new creative two-day course that helps you get to know the Eskdale Reserve by learning about important trees, making tree rubbings and turning them into fine art prints to take home.

You can learn about local ecology, practise a new drawing technique and get an introduction to lithography printing.

Tactile drawing methods, such as frottage (aka rubbings), can help individuals without art training to physically learn from and engage with the environment through exciting art-making processes.

The transfer of drawings to the stone and subsequent printing process will be guided by Auckland Print Studio’s experts in their workshop (based at Unitec), providing a rare opportunity for non-arts trained individuals to engage with an intriguing fine art printing process led by expert printmakers.

Everyone leaves with their own art piece.

This unique project will involve an alliance with Laura Donkers (Environmental artist), Kaipātiki Project Envirohub and Auckland Print Studio to develop a public engagement workshop that expands creative, ecological awareness through hands-on ecological restoration activity and an introduction to the stone lithography printing process.

Ecological education is used as a method to develop awareness and understanding of local ecosystems, the need for ecological restoration, and how local communities can get involved with groups who are addressing environmental issues in their area.

Artistic processes can help to develop knowledge and understanding.

Proudly supported by Creative NZ. 

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