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Children and Families Workshops with Slow Art Collective

Saturday 10 April 2021

Slow Art Day 2021: Children and Families Workshops with Slow Art Collective

Join Slow Art Collective at the Slow Water Pavilion in a day of ecological art play on the lower deck at TarraWarra Museum of Art.
Use bamboo, recycled yarns, ropes, fabric and local flora to create your own flower pounded t-shirts, calico tote bags and woven sun dome shelters and become part of Slow Art Collective’s evolving lakeside eco village!
Together with parents or guardians, children aged between 6 and 16 years old are invited to take part in this hands-on artist-led workshop in the morning or early afternoon.

FREE, Workshop places are strictly limited. Reservations required.

Saturday 10 April 11.00am – 12.30pm AEST
Saturday 10 April 2021 1:30pm–3pm AEST
All materials supplied. Parental involvement and supervision is required for all participating children. The workshop will take place outdoors, subject to weather. We kindly ask that adults wear masks and that participants of all ages wear covered shoes and appropriate clothing. Admission fees apply to view the TarraWarra Biennial 2021: Slow Moving Waters exhibition, see website for details.

About Slow Art Collective
Slow Art Collective is an artistic collective that focuses on creative practices and ethics relating to environmental sustainability, material ethics, DIY culture and collaboration. As an interdisciplinary group of artists, Slow Art Collective is interested in process-driven practices where the focus is on the act of making. Slow art is about slow exchanges of value rather than the fast, monetary exchange of value. It is about the slow absorption of culture through community links by creating something together and blurring the boundary between the artists and the viewer. It is a sustainable arts practise, not an extreme solution; a reasonable alternative to deal with real problems in contemporary art practice. Collaboration is intrinsic to all facets of their work. Since 2009 Slow Art Collective have undertaken a range of projects that use the process of collecting to address the crossovers between artistic practice, creative sustainability and individual responsibility. Slow Art Collective is currently helmed by Chaco Kato and Dylan Martorell, who invite collaborators to join them for individual projects.

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