BSA Workshops are usually held over one weekend, from 10am to 4pm. Workshops allow for intensive focus on a diverse range of visual arts subjects and mediums, with experienced teachers who are nationally-recognised practicing artists. The contact time involved for a weekend workshop is usually about half as many hours as for our standard six-week short courses.
All classes are held at 112 Dalley Street, MULLUMBIMBY
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0487 362 141
MICHAEL CUSACK | ‘THROWING BACK THE APPLE’ - Working in Abstraction
In this Weekend Workshop students will be guided through the process of abstraction - of taking away or removing characteristics from something in order to reduce it to a set of essential characteristics. Through drawing and painting, students will be guided through the process of understanding and moving into the language of abstraction.
Dates | Saturday & Sunday 16 & 17 February, 10.00am - 4.00pm
Workshop fee | $320 ($295 EarlyBird - pay by 13 February)
RAIMOND DE WEERDT | MAKING CYANOTYPES (CY1902)
This weekend workshop will cover all aspects of creating cyanotype prints, such as printing on a range of premium papers, creating negatives to print from, toning and using the process to create abstract images. Participants can expect to exit the workshop with a new creative skill and a folio of beautiful hand printed works.
Dates | Saturday & Sunday 23 & 24 March 2019, 10.00am - 4.00pm
Workshop fee | $320 ($295 EarlyBird - pay by 15 March)
RENE BOLTEN | STILL LIFE - MORE THAN PAINTING OBJECTS (SL1902)
Rene is known for his exquisitely understated, gem-like still life paintings and is a much-loved teacher who has taught in the Northern Rivers for a number of years. In this Weekend Workshop, students will work in their choice of medium, whether drawing or painting (or both), and Rene will be asking students to consider the how much more there is to Still Life, beyond simply 'painting objects'. MORE INFO
Dates | Saturday & Sunday 13 & 14 April 2019, 10.00am - 4.00pm
Workshop fee | $320 ($295 EarlyBird - pay by 5 April)
AMBER WALLIS | WHERE REPRESENTATION & ABSTRACTION MEET (RA1901)
In this two day intensive weekend workshop artist Amber Wallis will discuss and assist students to explore where representation (including figuration) and abstraction meet. Day one will focus on experimental image making and varied painterly techniques and day two will focus on more finished work. We will use varied and experimental painterly applications. MORE INFO
Dates | Saturday & Sunday 18 & 19 May 2019, 10.00am - 4.00pm
Workshop fee | $320 ($295 EarlyBird - pay by 10 May)