"Junior Girls Street Art" with Laura Alice | Ages 8-12yrs | Tuesdays 4-5pm | Term FOUR 2018

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"Junior Girls Street Art" with Laura Alice | Ages 8-12yrs | Tuesdays 4-5pm | Term FOUR 2018

150.00

An exciting art workshop for girls aged 8-12, empowering the participants with creative techniques based on street-art mediums.

Each girl will create a portfolio of artwork that reflects the fun, colourful and dynamic elements of street art, guided by well-known local street-artist Laura Alice in a nurturing and playful environment.

Laura Alice is an artist, street artist and illustrator with experience in public art, community art and collaborative workshopping.

Tuesdays 4 - 5pm at Bluebird House (Cnr Carr and Swanston Streets, South Geelong). Commencing 9th October until 11th December for Term Four 2018.

Subject to minimum numbers.

Workshop outcomes:

  • Sticker-making

  • Posca art

  • Paste-ups

  • Stencils

  • Drawing

  • Painting

  • Personal style and folio development

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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 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.