"My Messy Awesome Journal" with Laura Alice | Ages 8-12yrs | Wednesdays 4-5pm | Term FOUR

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"My Messy Awesome Journal" with Laura Alice | Ages 8-12yrs | Wednesdays 4-5pm | Term FOUR

150.00

Creating a unique creative journal using beautiful book-binding techniques. Nurturing a mindful approach to art through guided expressive journalling and drawing development. 

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

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

Subject to minimum numbers.

Workshop outcomes:

  • Simple bookbinding skills or book covering for each sketchbook
  • Inspiration and discussion about artists that express emotion and ideas and how they achieve that
  • Mindful drawing i.e. mandala, patterns, meditative mark making
  • Drawing, painting and illustration techniques
  • Exercises each week that enable each participant to interpret and engage with the content in their own way
  • Individual tutoring, building on skills, interests or passions each child might already possess
  • A sketchbook full of their own artistic explorations and interpretations
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Renowned local artist, Laura Alice

Renowned local artist, Laura Alice

While most primary school art programs have an outcome-based or skills-based focus, in these workshops the focus is turned inward, giving young artists the artistic tools needed to articulate their own perspective on the world through the art of creative journalling.

Using a series of exercises such as mindful drawing, emotional colour spectrums and expressive mark-making, they will experience a wide range of interesting artistic starting points and concepts, developing a sketchbook that is a creative safe place.

Each young artist will create a beautiful, unique sketchbook journal using bookbinding and book covering skills that they can treasure.

Teaching older children to express their emotions and experiences through their art is incredibly empowering and promotes healthy minds, healthy communication and can equip them with a sense of mindfulness.