Masterclass with Michael Kutschbach
Saturday 14 October – Sunday 15 October
Enrolment deadline extended to Thursday 5 October
Kutschbach’s work is generated from process-based strategies and material investigations that become more rigorous as he proceeds. There is wit and delight in his material investigations and a choreography of actions that lead to the made work. Every work is offered as a speculation. — Johnnie Dady
Michael Kutschbach returns to Adelaide from Berlin where he has been based for 12 years. His Masterclass will dive into the playful, intuitive and inventive aspects of studio practice. Materials are considered to have a life of their own, and therefore have the possibility to guide you toward surprising and unpredictable outcomes.
Masterclasses are an excellent way to expand your practice, gain new insight, develop new ideas and learn new techniques. Teachers gain valuable accredited Professional Learning hours. Limited places available.
For more details.
Enrol now online, email Reception or call 08 8299 7300.
Jewellery making classes in the Adelaide Hills
Suitable for beginners or those with existing experience. Term 4 2017.
• We have a wide range of times available, in the daytime, evenings, and Saturdays
• Classes are held fortnightly during school terms
• 3 hour or 6 hour fortnightly classes available
• The classes are at Woodside in the Adelaide Hills
• Cost for a term of five classes is $330 plus the cost of materials
• We also have 6 hour classes for the super-keen which cost $660 per term.
Make your own quality jewellery – Our jewellery making classes are all about you!
• Absolutely no experience required (but it’s also OK if you have some)
• Hands-on approach where you get to take home jewellery you made yourself
• Choose what jewellery projects you create
• You can work with precious metals and gemstones.
We’ve created the ideal learning environment
• Learn in a fully equipped studio
• Instruction is provided by a professionally trained and experienced jeweller
• Small class sizes (no more than 6 people)
• Enjoy a fun, supportive, friendly and creative environment
• Affordable tuition prices.
Some of the hands-on skills and techniques you will learn in our classes:
• Saw piercing
• Filing, emerying and polishing
• Forming, shaping, bending
Parndo: Aboriginal Football Making Workshop
ART AFTER DARK
Thursday 19 October 5 – 7 PM
Parndo is a traditional Kaurna foot ball game from the Adelaide area of South Australia. This game has influenced the contemporary game of Australian rules football. Join artist James Tylor for this unique workshop and learn how to make a Parndo football and how to play the game.
Presenter James Tylor (Possum) was born in Mildura, Victoria. He spent his childhood in Menindee in far west New South Wales, and then moved to Kununurra and Derby in the Kimberley region of Western Australia in his adolescent years. From 2003 to 2008, James trained and worked as a carpenter in Australia and Denmark. In 2011 he completed a bachelor of Visual Arts (Photography) at the South Australian School of Art in Adelaide and in 2012 he completed Honours in Fine Arts (Photography) at the Tasmanian School of Art in Hobart. He returned to Adelaide in 2013 and completed a Masters in Visual Art (Photography) at the South Australian School of Art. James currently lives and works in Adelaide.
JamFactory, 19 Morphett Street, Adelaide
Cost: $25 Bookings essential
Life Drawing at the Hahndorf Academy
Mondays 6pm till 9pm
A great class for those wanting to learn life drawing with an edge. Beginners to Advanced will be catered for in classes that involve short teacher demonstrations as well as one on one instruction and critical feedback throughout each session. Learn about proportion, anatomical shapes, movement, mark making and most importantly how to create dynamic and interesting figure drawing in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
Hahndorf Academy 68 Main St, Hahndorf
Adults Drawing and Printmaking workshops with Julia Wakefield
Workshop 5, October 8, 2 – 4.30pm
Photopolymer Relief Prints
All materials supplied
Photopolymer plates are light sensitive, so all you have to do is draw on a transparency, place the drawing on the plate and put it in the sunshine. You can obtain the finest lines, or create prints that look as spontaneous as charcoal drawings.
No previous printmaking experience required. Bring some ideas and protective clothing.
Hahndorf Academy 68 Main St, Hahndorf
Life Drawing with Larissa Fraser
In Term 4 The Barn is offering Life drawing class with Larissa Fraser on Thursday Evenings (subject to numbers)
Please direct enquiries to Larissa [email protected]
The Barn: 142 Mt Barker Rd Aldgate SA 5152
Artist Demonstrations at Pepper Street
Saturday 14 October 2 pm – 4pm
Liz Steveson – working in a series
Yvonne Twining – Leather work and getting it all together
Saturday 21 October 2 pm – 4pm
Liz Yates – Basketry
Jackie Pearce – Mixed media
Pepper Street Arts Centre (City of Burnside) 558 Magill Road, Magill, SA
Nurturing Art and Nature
3 November, 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
This new and unique workshop has been specially designed for artists and those wishing to rediscover their creativity.
Immerse yourself for a whole day in an idyllic private Eucalyptus woodland with soaring gum trees, native plants and animals, and blossoming wildflowers.
Once you have unwound from the ‘busyness’ of the everyday world, you are invited to spend a day unfolding, discovering, noticing, exploring. The palette of nature will present itself and you are invited. Prepare for tree poetry, bone sculptures, mandalas, walking meditation, a sitspot, discovering nature’s mediums, and more.
Jennifer Gunson, Textile and Felting Artist
Jenny runs regular workshops from her farm studio and with community groups. She exhibits her felted artworks regularly interstate and in SA. Her works reflect and are inspired by natural environments.
Alex Gaut, Nature Connection Guide
Alex is the first Certified Forest Bathing Guide in SA. She is studying a Masters in Environmental Psychology, has worked in the environment sector for many years, and is now dedicated to encouraging nature connection for everyone.
Location: McHarg Creek, near Ashbourne (exact details will be provided on booking)
Beginners Resin Jewellery Workshop
Hannah Carlyle, an Adelaide based contemporary jeweller, will demonstrate some of the endless creations you can create with resin.
Hannah has had her work displayed at many art exhibitions, the latest being an exhibition at the Lemo Art Gallery in Berlin in October 2017.
We are privileged to have Hannah Carlyle host this workshop.
Adelaide Moulding and Casting Supplies, 9 Vincent Avenue, Somerton Park
The Embroiderer’s Guild of South Australia Classes
September 2017 and Summer Week 2018
The Guild offers short, one and two-day classes in a variety of techniques as well as longer courses for you to develop your skills and knowledge of embroidery. The classes and courses may suit both beginners and advanced students, but advice can be sought from the individual tutor or the Guild if you are concerned about the skill level required for any particular class.
All classes 9.45 am to 3.30 pm
16 Hughes Street, Mile End. SA 5031
Ph: 8234 1104 Fax: 8234 1513
www.embguildsa.org.au [email protected]
Flame Painted Metal Mesh Basketry and Sculpture
Tutor: Lanny Bergner (USA)
3 days: Friday 13th to Sunday 15th Oct, 9.30am – 4.30pm
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn flame painting with Lanny Bergner, a mixed media sculptor, fibre, basketry and installation artist who lives in the Pacific Northwest of the USA. Lanny uses industrially-woven bronze, brass, aluminium and stainless steel mesh which he embellishes with heat coloration, silicone, wire and glass frit, to create ethereal, semi-transparent organic sculptural forms, geometric structures, installations, vessels, and tables.
In this workshop, learn to apply and control heat from a propane torch to “flame paint” and pattern stainless steel mesh. Design a vessel or 3d form, translate your design into a series of 2-d pieces, and use simple bending, folding, hand-modelling and joining methods to form it into beautiful vessels or sculptural forms. Add embellishments to create unique and beautiful artworks.
Cherry Gardens Hall, 312 Cherry Gardens Rd, Cherry Gardens, Adelaide, SA 5157
$432 early bird rate (bookings by 31st May)
Rob Gutteridge School of Classical Realism
Summer School Intensive – a taste of the atelier
Drawing – Painting, Teacher, Rob Gutteridge, Director of the RGCR
2 weeks: January 15th – 27th, 2018
80 hours tuition
Have you ever wanted to learn to draw and paint realistically in a European style atelier art school? Now in Australia you can, at the Rob Gutteridge School of Classical Realism. The Summer School Intensive gives you a taste of full-time atelier training, working from plaster casts in the morning and the life model in the afternoon. Immersing yourself in the world of classical realism, drawing and painting 8 hours a day over two weeks you will be taught by the School’s Director, Rob Gutteridge. Learn the sight-size method of drawing and apply it to cast and life drawing. The life model will take one pose for 2 weeks, making the 40-hour pose a special feature of the Summer School. This intensive will introduce new skills, and hone those you already have. It is suitable for beginners to advanced students and practicing artists.
Workshops in jewellery making from recycled and reclaimed materials
Sue Garrard is a South Australian based artist working in the areas of jewellery, print-making and installation. Much of her arts practice focuses on the use of recycled and reclaimed materials.
Sue will soon be teaching workshops in jewellery making from recycled and reclaimed materials at her studio at the JamFactory Seppeltsfield.
Individual & Team Glass Blowing
Individual Workshop: Experience an intensive one-on-one session in the glass studio…practice glass blowing techniques taught by experienced practitioners in a professional environment. Participants then design and make their own glass piece whilst developing skills in gathering, forming and design.
Session Times: Saturday or Sunday 8am – 12pm or 12.30pm – 4.30pm
Group Workshop: Live glass blowing demonstrations and tuition, where everybody will be dipping into the furnace with a chance to make their very own paperweight or drinking glass. This program is perfect for social, corporate and school groups.
Session Times: Negotiable
Time & Date: Duration: 4 hours
Cost: Individual Workshop $520 | $480 concession Team Workshop $3200 (max 16 people)
To book contact Karen Cunningham on (08) 8410 0727 or [email protected]
Evocative Art and Heritage Workshops
Moira Simpson of Evocative Art and Heritage is now teaching workshops in fibre arts, encaustic and mixed media, as well as offering workshops in various media taught by invited Australian and international artists. Workshops for 2-5 people are taught in her studio in the beautiful Adelaide Hills and workshops for 6-15 people at alternative venues.
For further information see www.e-vocative.com or email [email protected]. Sign up to her mailing list for notification of new events as they are scheduled.
Durham Studio Workshops
10am – 5pm daily (closed Tuesdays)
Workshops are now available at Durham Studio, Glenelg in Basic screen printing, Fabric Art and Jewellery Making. To book call Jlz – 0438 843 845 or Lisa – 0451 374 274.
Union St Printmakers
Printmaking Intensives – Tuesdays, on demand
Fancy designing and printing your own Christmas cards? Simone Tippett of Union St Printmakers can show you how. Simone runs printmaking intensives at Union St Studios in Stepney, Tuesdays, 9am-4pm. Learn a new technique whilst hand making something beautiful to give or sell. Intensives in screen printing, stencilling, lino printing, wood engraving, monoprinting, collagraphs, etching, waterless lithography and more. For further information, email [email protected]