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Arts Alive


A reminder that the annual general meeting for the Arts Council of Eurobodalla, to which all are welcome, will be held at Art Central in Moruya at 1.30pm on Tuesday 28th May — more info 44743123 or artcentral@artcentral.org.au

Join award-winning book artist and book designer Avril Makula for a weekend of creative paper folding and bookmaking at 20 Cobargo Bemagui Road, Cobargo, Saturday 1 & Sunday 2 June, 10am - 4pm; $190 per person. Discover how simple but effective folding and stitching techniques can be used to make notebooks, journals, and artists' books. This workshop is suitable for all levels, and you will have finished work to take home. Places are limited so booking is required — morning and afternoon tea provided, byo lunch. Contact Glenda on 0408411956 or cobargocreators@gmail.com

The South Coast Pastel Society is hosting Seascape, a workshop and demonstration with multi-award-winning-pastel artist Tricia Taylor, at Batemans Bay Surf Club; workshop is Saturday 15 June; $80 members/$90 non-members, and the demonstration (how Tricia approaches painting her seascapes) is Sunday 16 June, cost $25. Tricia is a sought after tutor who teaches around Australia and overseas — limited spaces with booking essential 0448496998 or southcoastpastelsociety1@gmail.com

In this pastel workshop at Narooma School of Arts Studios on Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 June, 10am - 4pm, Nicki Hall will demonstrate the technique she frequently uses to create her work. Using a white substrate that will allow participants to block in an under painting to develop the hues and values that support a particular subject. Nicki will supply the subject for a step-by-step lesson first and then apply the theory to the subject choice. Cost is $85 with booking required on 0417409060 or studios@naroomaschoolofarts.com.au

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