Introduction to Wallpaper Printing Using Lino Blocks is a two-day workshop held over two weekends where participants are guided through the design and printing process to create two drops of wallpaper using shaped lino blocks.Find out more »
NERAM welcomes an artist and arts-educator run program for students in years 6-10. Run over 10 weeks in term 4 these art classes will provide students with exclusive firsthand experience with professional artists and arts educators in the region.Find out more »
Enjoy the stimulus of doing art in a group.
While individual guidance comprises the main bulk of the class, I will also be doing regular demonstrations on anything related to painting and drawing, such as collage, paint transfer, frottage, graffito, dry brushing, stencilling, and more. If you are new to art I can help you get started on the basics, such as looking at line, colour, perspective, etc.Find out more »
Bring your babies, toddlers and/or preschoolers into NERAM for a session of sensory play where we explore colour, shape and texture.Find out more »
Ever wanted to paint an abstract sunset sky? Create a line drawing of your favourite car? Or make a fun art journal?
Over the term, we will study classic and contemporary artists related to a wide range of art styles and practices.Find out more »
A weekly, self-directed, painting and drawing group for experienced artists. Meeting once a week in Packsaddle Studio (located at the rear of the NERAM building) this is an opportunity to come work alongside other experienced artists, network, learn and be inspired. There is no regular tutor but each week, the session finishes with a group critique to review the day's efforts and give and receive feedback. Excitingly starting in 2022, each term will include a talk, workshop or demonstration from a visiting artist.Find out more »
A 10 weeks series of supportive classes for intermediate to advanced students, led by Anne Clarke, who has exhibited widely.Find out more »
The class offers a variety of drawing, acrylic painting and printmaking experiences for adults at all levels, beginner to experienced.Find out more »
Dry point is an exciting direct form of etching or engraving that requires no acid. We will work in the Museum of Printing, experimenting with mark making on perspex and metal plates, creating line, texture and tone. There will also be the opportunity to experiment with the process of adding coloured papers (known as Chine collé) and of adding extra layers of colour. Students will print using the etching press in the Museum.
Suitable for absolute beginners or experienced printmakers.Find out more »