Workshop: Children’s holiday paper art.

Primrose Paper Arts is proud to offer:

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WHAT:         Children’s workshop. Ages 6 – 12 years.
WHEN:        Monday 23 January, 2017
TIME:           10:00 am to 2:00 pm
WHERE:      Primrose Art & Craft Centre, Primrose Park, Young St, Cremorne
COST:           $30 per child
APPLICATION FORM FOR BOOKING: childrens-workshop-application

DETAILS:
Due to the popularity of our children’s workshop on Thursday 19 January, we are delighted to offer this additional school holiday workshop for children. 

Expert paper artist, Jill Elias will explain how to make paper from recycled paper and then the children will make their own paper to take home.

Jill has been making paper for more than 20 years.  She has exhibited at galleries in Australia and Japan including the Palm House Gallery in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney and Mosman Art Gallery.

Please bring lunch, an apron, some cardboard (eg. cereal boxes, manila folders) to carry the papers home.  Wear closed in shoes.  No experience necessary.

These workshops are extremely popular and the children always go home with the thrill of having made their own paper from start to finish.  They enjoy making the pulp,  forming the sheets, texturing and adding inclusions to form their own unique pieces.  It’s a great day and we look forward to helping them learn the basics of this art.

Note: If your child’s name was on the waiting list for our earlier class (19th January) you are assured a place in this workshop.

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