Carolyn Sullivan - Ideas Development in Collage

In this 2 day workshop Carolyn will show you her process for developing both existing design themes and for generating new ones through ’play’.

Date: Saturday & Sunday 28/29 April, 2018
Time: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Registration is open until: Thursday, 1 February 2018 - registration for ballot closes
Location: Epping Creative Centre,
Dence Park,
22 Stanley Rd,
Epping NSW

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In this class Carolyn will show a number of collage techniques, help you make lots of small collages and talk about how collage can be adapted for your ideas and future art work. You will spend time working with art materials – paper, paint, pens, glue, stitch, thread, fabric to explore ideas and develop new designs. In this class I will show a number of collage techniques, help you make lots of small collages and talk about how collage can be adapted for your ideas and future art work. 


"When I am playing at home I spend as much time working with art materials – paper, paint, pens, glue, stitch, thread, fabric – as I do actually making art quilts. While I don’t do the carefully detailed drawings that some do, I spend a lot of time making repetitive marks and doing collage. While generally I have a specific theme in mind, sometimes an idea will come out of “left field” just because I have been playing. In 2014 I did a “postcard collage a day” and have done many more since then. It gets my brain going each morning; I have a bundle of art accumulating that doesn’t take up too much space; and a great store of ideas for future art works". - Carolyn Sullivan  

Carolyn’s work can be seen on her website.  She is an internationally acclaimed and collected textile artist.   

 

Materials Fee

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Workshop Fees

ATASDA Member: $150
Non-Member: $200   (Non-Members are encouraged to join ATASDA to be eligible for reduced workshop fees)

How to Register

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To register via post, please download this PDF form, fill in your details and post to the appropriate ATASDA branch with your payment details (cheque or credit card).

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  • Unless otherwise noted, workshop places are secured by deposit when booking.
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  • If a workshop is cancelled by ATASDA the workshop fee will be refunded.
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  • It is the responsibility of the individual student to provide any personal protective and/or safety equipment required during the workshop, eg safety glasses, facemask, gloves. See workshop requirements list for additional items.
  • Safety of personal electrical equipment is the responsibility of participants and they will not be allowed to use equipment with obvious flaws.
  • Students must ensure that the Workshops co-ordinator is advised in advance of any special needs, eg wheelchair access.

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