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Photo: Bronwyn Ward

Grass, twigs, leaves!: Botanical Monoprinting Children’s Workshop

Sunday 11 April 2021 - Sunday 16 May 2021

Grass, twigs, leaves!: Botanical Monoprinting Children’s Workshop

Sunday 16 May 11am – 12pm 

Sunday 16 May 1pm – 2pm

Be inspired by the beautiful bush that surrounds TarraWarra Museum of Art in our hands-on Grass, twigs, leaves!: Botanical Monoprinting Children’s Workshops this autumn! Join artist Bronwyn Ward and her artist assistants to make monoprints of grass, twigs, ferns, fronds, and leaves on a tote bag that you can use and wear with pride! Using botanical elements, you will explore a direct printmaking process, creating your very own usable artwork. 

Children aged between 6 and 16 years old are invited to take part in this free 60 minute hands-on artist-led workshop.

All materials supplied, including a sustainable cotton tote for printing. Please note that ink used for printing is especially for fabric (and will not wash easily out of clothing). Children do not need to be accompanied by an adult, but parents/guardians will be asked to fill out a Children’s Workshop Health and Safety Form on arrival. Workshop places are strictly limited. This workshop will take place upstairs in the Museum’s Library and is not wheelchair accessible. 

About Bronwyn Ward
Bronwyn Ward is a visual artist based in the Yarra Ranges. Bronwyn explores different mediums and techniques in her art practice, aiming to express the beauty and wonder found in the very final stages of life. As an artist in residence in palliative care settings, she has experienced the power of human connection and the role art plays in facilitating much needed conversations, expressions of love, and gratitude. Bronwyn is an educator and Arts Project Manager, working to support regional art groups and teach a range of art-based skills and techniques to adults and young people. 

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