Workshops with Young People


Visual Literacies Through Art

This mural project was completed as part of Through Art's program Visual Literacies Through Art with year 9 artists from Craigmore High School, Adelaide, in 2016. Alise Hardy is the director of Through Art. 


Feelings on Paper

Feelings on Paper was a part of Carclew's Explore Arts holidays workshops in 2016. 


Food Art

Food Art was a part of Carclew's Explore Arts holidays workshops in 2016. 


WOMADelaide 2016

Alise Hardy volunteered as an artist's assistant for Carclew. She assisted in workshops facilitated by various artists.


UPCOMING WORKSHOPS WITH YOUNG PEOPLE

Imagined Gardens

Spend time in the Carclew gardens studying plants and learning ways to represent their form through drawing. This parlour game styled workshop is unpredictable and full of suspense, leading up to the reveal of the unseen elements of a collaborative masterpiece.

Book with Carclew.
3 IN 1: THREE WORKSHOPS, ONE DAY
Wednesday 12 Oct, 2016

 

Paint Like PIcasso

Take inspiration from Picasso and use acrylic paints to create a self-portrait that expresses your unique identity. Explore form using colour, geometric shapes, line and perspective, and experience the world of the Cubist artist! You will make a very individual masterpiece to display in your home.

Book with the Stirling Arts Festival for 8-13 year olds or 5-8 year olds.
Sunday 13 November, 2016

PLant Patterns

Transform traditional botanical specimen drawings into a hip illustrated pattern. Learn how to create patterns that are drawn and assembled by hand to use as a book covering, wrapping paper or even wallpaper.

Book with Carclew.
3 IN 1: THREE WORKSHOPS, ONE DAY
Thursday 16 Oct, 2016

 

Our World

Our World has children working along side a professional artist to realise their collaborative ideas in a painted mural that explores belonging, being and becoming. Children submit their drawn ideas and our artist imaginatively merges them together in a creative and refined design.They learn about acrylic painting techniques, public art and working as an artist. Children become part of the entire process from concept design, set-up and creation.

St Agnes OSCH
Monday 10 October, 2016