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Gallery Lane Cove

164 Longueville Road,

Lane Cove NSW 2066

 

 

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Gallery Lane Cove

PO Box 4083

Lane Cove NSW 1595

 

Contact

61 (2) 9428 4898

info@gallerylanecove.com.au

 

Opening hours

Monday - Friday 10am - 4.30pm

Saturdays 10am - 2.30pm

Closed Public Holidays

 

Gallery Lane Cove is a Lane Cove Council facility managed by Centrehouse Inc.

We acknowledge the Cameraygal people as traditional owners and soverign custodians of the land on which Gallery Lane Cove is situated, and we extend our respects to all First Nations people

 

 

 

© 2013 by Gallery Lane Cove.

Collaborative Sculptures

AGE: 5 YEARS AND UP

WHEN: Friday 24th April

Time:9.30am- 12.30pm

 

Collaborative Sculptures

Children will be encouraged to make sculptures out of recycled materials in groups or pairs. They will be guided to talk about their ideas, find common interests between other participants and work together to make a larger-scaled artwork. The first hour will be spent sketching and encouraging children to be imaginative, the next two will be spent guiding children to create the final sculpture to be as close as possible to the initial drawings.

 

Minimum enrolments are required for all courses. Should a class have to be cancelled due to insufficient enrolments, any student enrolled in that class will be contacted and an alternative class or refund arranged. 

COLLABRATIVE SCULPTURES Friday 24th April 9.30am- 12.30pm

$65.00Price
  • Natalie Tso is currently studying a double degree of Fine Arts and Commerce at UNSW Art&Design. She specialises in painting, performance art and installations. As a regular finalist at Mosman Youth Art Prize and shortlisted for the Young Archie Competition, her work has grown to exhibit across multiple platforms such as PACT, Sydney Children's Hospital, 107 Projects and Brooklyn Art Library. With a strong background in contemporary dance, she is striving to create more mixed media interactive installations. The central theme in her work is to turn fear, confusion and pain into comfort and catharsis, whether these emotions stemmed from personal conflicts or social issues.