"Girls Street Art Collective" with Laura Alice | Ages 13-18yrs | Tuesdays or Wednesdays 5-6.30pm | Term ONE 2018

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"Girls Street Art Collective" with Laura Alice | Ages 13-18yrs | Tuesdays or Wednesdays 5-6.30pm | Term ONE 2018

160.00

Empowering young women and girls with the creative skills and inspiration associated with Street Art culture. Laura Alice is an artist, street artist and illustrator with experience in public art, community art and collaborative workshopping.

5 - 6.30pm Tuesdays or Wednesdays at Bluebird House (Cnr Carr & Swanston Streets, South Geelong). Commencing 6th or 7th February until 27th or 28th March for Term One 2018.

Workshop Outcomes:

  • Finding inspiration from various artists and disciplines
  • Concept development and sketchbook development
  • Drawing skills
  • Paste-ups
  • Sticker-making
  • Posca artwork
  • Stencils
  • Creating canvas artworks using street-art mediums
  • Guided public outcomes, using networks such as Courthouse ARTS laneway gallery and The Powerhouse Street Art Gallery
  • Potential group exhibitions 
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      Renowned local artist, Laura Alice

      Renowned local artist, Laura Alice

      In recent years, Street Art has evolved into an empowering and transformative force in urban landscape, and a legitimate form of public creative expression. With the ability to gift the creator with both a voice and an audience for their experiences and inspiration, it also transforms bleak spaces into places full of life and colour.

      Throughout this, a few key female public artists such as Swoon, ELLE, Miso and Lucy Lucy have emerged with world-wide recognition for the beauty and power of their walls. However, street art culture remains a mainly male-dominant and at times, female-negative space.

      It is our wish to empower young women and girls with the creative skills and inspiration associated with street art culture and art forms, creating a safe space where they can express their experiences and opinions openly, be guided through drawing and craft techniques, and turn this into personal art forms and guided public outcomes.