The Entrance Gallery has some exciting workshops coming up for the Easter school holidays, with programs being held on Wednesday and Thursday, April 14 and 15.
The first program is Kadinsky’s Tree, which is a workshop that encourages participants to create a sculpture using bright colours based on Kadinsky’s abstract tree.
There will be another session on April 14, called Nolan’s Kelly.
In this workshop, students will create a Ned Kelly mask and a drawing with people and horses inspired by the work of Sidney Nolan.
On April 15 there will be an Urban Landscape Painting workshop where participants will create an urban landscape painting based on the style of Clarise Beckett.
Boyd’s portrait workshop on April 15 will have students creating a gestural portrait of their favourite person in the style of Arthur Boyd.
The Entrance Gallery also runs art classes during the school term for all age levels.