Land Art Workshops

LAND ART PROVIDES A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN NEW SKILLS AND CREATE ART INSPIRED BY NATURE.

In a fun environment, students will develop observational skills, knowledge of local ecology, collaboration and artistic skills. Guided by Award-Winning Artist Elaine Clocherty with 15 years experience, they will create individual and group artworks, using local natural materials which express and create connection with Nature.

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Using examples from International Land Artists students work individually and collectively to create concepts and drawings to develop their works, in collaboration with Elaine. Workshops range from a one off workshop to a several days program which facilitates a major artwork.

                             Elaine Clocherty to discuss a program that suits your school/class group.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL LAND ART WORKSHOPS

2019 KARRIDALE PRIMARY SCHOOL (4DAYS) with Wardandi artists Mitchella Hutchins and Matriarch Vivienne Brockman

2019 PRESENTATIONS TO  TEACHERS @ ARMADALE HIGH SCHOOL, PIONEER PRIMARY SCHOOL

2018 SCULPTURE BY THE SEA, Education program Bondi

2018 KARRIDALE PRIMARY SCHOOL (4 full days)

2017 ARTZABILITY (3 afternoon sessions)

2016 SETON CATHOLIC COLLEGE (2 afternoon sessions)

2016 SCULPTURE BY THE SEA, Education program Bondi

2016 SCULPTURE BY THE SEA, Education program Cottesloe

2016 MARGARET RIVER INDEPENDENT SCHOOL (1 afternoon session)

2016 ST HILDAS ANGLICAN SCHOOL FOR GIRLS (4 full days)

2015 GEORGIANA MOLLOY (2 afternoon sessions)

2014 SETON CATHOLIC COLLEGE (2 afternoon sessions)

2014 AWESOME FESTIVAL Gascoyne Junction School (10 afternoon sessions)

2014 SCULPTURE BY THE SEA, Education program Bondi

2014 SCULPTURE BY THE SEA, Education program Cottesloe

2013 CAPE TO CAPE CATCHMENT GROUP – 200 students from local primary schools 2012/2013 ARTZABILITY 2012 SCULPTURE BY THE SEA Ed Program Cottesloe

2013 AUGUSTA MARGARET RIVER LIBRARIES

2013 MARGARET RIVER NATURE CLUB

2006 MULLALYUP GALLERIES CHILDREN’S ART PROGRAM

2006 GREENCORP

2004-2006 BALINGUP PRIMARY

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