Art & Ecology: Environmental Education Through Art

DEADLINE : 5th February, 10:00am - 4:00pm

What is Environmental Art, and who are its main proponents? Learn about the history and current practices within this fast growing contemporary art form.

Be inspired to work with young people to encourage them to make Environmental Art across multiple disciplines, including drawing, storytelling, recycled art, printing and performance art.

Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Venue: Brisbane Institute of Art, Windsor, Brisbane
Cost: $65 ($60 for Flying Arts members)

This workshop is part of our programs for Educators.

 KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES

– History and practices in Environmental Art
– Environmental art making
– Incorporating Environmental Art in education

 PLEASE BRING

– Pen, paper
– Sketchbook

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Sue Loveday is an illustrator and a visual art facilitator dedicated to creative play and community collaboration. Her artistic interests and practices include outsider art, retro quirk, depression era art, hand painted signs, paper cuttings, block printing and woodwork. She has worked on special projects for the State Library of Queensland, QAGOMA, Museum of Brisbane, the Queensland Government, and the Design Institute of Australia.

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