Build a community for wooden figures
with artist Simon Spain.
Using just branches and bandages, children and adults will create an installation work.
Saturday 2 February 2019
10:00am – 12:00noon
For children aged 6 to 12 years and their families.
Please bring a hat and drink bottle.
BOOK YOUR PLACE:
This workshop is FREE to attend, but registrations are essential.
BOOK ONLINE to secure your place
ADULTS & CHILDREN are both Required to REGISTER (1 Ticket Each).
Ratio 1 Adult : 2 Kids
About the Artist
Simon Spain is a visual and socially engaged artist with over thirty-year’s experience of delivering and designing programming for children and young people in several countries and was founding Creative Producer of ArtPlay and Signal in Melbourne. Simon is a highly effective leader of arts initiatives with the capacity to drive high quality results, raise funds and innovate. He is currently co-Director of ‘all that we are’ and has been awarded the Australia Council for the Arts Community and Cultural Development Fellowship 2017. He is a Tate International associate and is currently working with Tate on capacity building programs for socially engaged artists. Until recently, a member of the Tasmanian Arts Board, he has been appointed to the Chair of Directors of Regional Arts Australia and is the Arts and Culture representative for the B4 Early Years Coalition in Tasmania. Simon is a PhD candidate at RMIT, Melbourne, looking at current practices of artists delivering participatory community arts projects.