Basic Mosaics is a workshop to get the juices flowing of people wanting to lean the Art of Mosaics.
Pauline has been living on Phillip Island for 21 years and during that time established herself as a renowned Artist.
She experiments with many media and loves colour and freedom of expression. Pauline’s work can be viewed on Facebook.
You will be able to cook a simple, nutritious, inexpensive and healthy Sri Lankan meal. Once you learn the basics you will be your own chef experimenting with all sorts of vegetarian dishes. What’s more you will learn how to scrape coconut, extract the coconut milk and even make coconut sambol.
This workshop allows time for people to extend their knowledge of mosaics and to be introduced to a 3D mosaic form. You can construct a form from chicken wire, eg animal, cover the shape with plaster bandages to make it strong and durable then and when dry, decorate with Mosaics.
Also, Hebel Stone or wooded shapes can be used as a base for the sculpture and most of all you have a chance to get really creative.
You will create 5 simple but beautiful glass jewellery pieces or ornaments by using pre-cut glass and embellishments. No experience necessary. Pieces will be fired and mounted ready for pick up 2 weeks after class (or mailed if not from Bass Coast Region
An evening course that will introduce to you creating a great coffee every time, from long blacks to lattes, presented by a professional restaurant operator.
Ideal for people looking for cafe work or those looking to get the best out of their home machine.
Facilitator: Frank Fazio
Date: Wednesday 22 January
Time: 6pm - 9pm
This particular workshop is based on Joanna Macey’s, “The work that reconnects”. The purpose is to offer us as a group the opportunity to work through eco-anxiety and grief, in order to create positive action. The workshop is both experiential and practical.
Facilitator: Anny Bevan
An experiential and participative introduction to nature connecting activities. The activities enable your thinking to reconnect with your senses while connected with nature. Fun, uplifting and practical. Take home practical activities to share, and a refreshed sense of place in nature.
Facilitator: Annie Bevan
Saturday or Sunday afternoon – between the 1/01-end of Feb