Term 2 Short Course Program

Our studio-based short courses are for participants of all levels - whether you are a beginner learning the basics,  refreshing your skills as a practising artist, or considering studying visual art at a tertiary level.

Classes have a maximum of 12 places ensuring all participants receive individual, expert attention. Courses are held in air-conditioned teaching studios at our Glenside campus and at JamFactory, an esteemed partner institution.

 

Level 1 courses are for beginners

Level 2 courses are for experienced participants

Level 3 courses are for practising artists

 

Beginning Monday 20 April 2020

Early-bird fee ends Monday 16 March 2020

Please note materials are not supplied for most courses - check the material list in the course description for more information. 

Drawing and Printmaking Courses 🛈

Drawing Fundamentals | Lucy Turnbull | Level 1

Wed 22 Apr – Wed 3 Jun 6pm – 9pm

This structured course introduces participants to the basic techniques of drawing by observation. Moving from line drawings to tonal drawings, participants acquire the skills to achieve precision in their drawing and to accurately represent what they see.

Materials

4 sheets A1 cartridge paper, 1 sheet mid-grey Canson paper, selection of pencils (eg 2B, 4B, 6B), willow and compressed charcoals, 1 Conte - White, blade or sharpener, white plastic eraser, 45cm length of dowel (5mm diameter), masking tape.

 

Lucy Turnbull recently completed her Master of Fine Art at the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture and was awarded the Peter Rippon Travel Prize to visit museums in Europe. She is also a graduate of Adelaide Central School of Art and received a Bachelor of Visual Art (Hons) in 2010. Primarily an oil painter, Lucy works from observation, looking carefully at light and space to compose bold images of her surroundings. Recent exhibitions include, Carriers, at Hill Smith Gallery.

@to_lucy

 

Portraits & Identity | Daniel Connell | Level 1

Wed 22 Apr – Wed 3 Jun 6pm – 9pm

This course focusses on the nature of portraiture and introduces various techniques for portrait drawing from life to apprehend the identity of the subject. Participants will draw and hear from a culturally diverse range of sitters and look at other artists working in this genre. Daniel will guide participants through the etiquette involved in producing portraits and discuss issues relating to the role of the visual arts and intercultural relations in broader society.

Materials

14 sheets newsprint paper or 2 A3 cartridge pad (not spiral ring bound), 3 sheet mid-grey Canson paper, 3 sheets A2 cartridge paper, 1 A5 or A4 cartridge paper pad 3 sticks compressed charcoal soft (suggested brand Faber Castell) 3 sticks willow charcoal thin, 1 charcoal pencil medium, 1 Conte or pastel pencil white, 1 graphite pencil HB, 1 white plastic eraser, 1 pencil-style eraser, masking tape and bulldog clips, blade for sharpening, 1 3” or larger soft brush. 1 set of 24 or more coloured pencils (student grade or better).

 

Daniel Connell was awarded a PhD from the University of South Australia in 2019. His research explores the role of the visual arts, specifically portraiture, in creating healthy communities. His work has been selected for the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize and Fleurieu Art Prize. Daniel recently created a project at the Kochi Muziris Biennale of Contemporary Art in India. He has worked on public art projects both nationally and in Birmingham, Vancouver and throughout India. Daniel delivered an inspiring talk “How art teaches you to approach the unfamiliar” for TEDxUbud in May 2018.

www.danielconnell.net

 

Introduction to Life Drawing | Daniel Connell | Level 1

Thu 7 May – Thu 4 Jun 6pm – 9pm

This course will introduce participants to the fundamentals of drawing a life model. Aimed at people with limited life drawing experience, this course will build confidence, develop new skills and refine existing techniques. Participants will explore the human figure through a structured series of exercises that build on core observational drawing skills and various approaches to the understanding and application of tone.

Materials

12 A1 sheets newsprint paper (80gsm bulky/heavy), 6 sheets A1 cartridge paper, 1 sheet A1 CA grain paper, 1 sheet mid-grey Canson paper, 10 sticks of willow charcoal (medium and thick), 1 stick compressed charcoal, 1 charcoal pencil - Black, 1 Conte - White, blade or sharpener, masking tape, hard white plastic eraser, cotton rag, measuring stick (dowel).

 

Daniel Connell was awarded a PhD from the University of South Australia in 2019. His research explores the role of the visual arts, specifically portraiture, in creating healthy communities. His work has been selected for the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize and Fleurieu Art Prize. Daniel recently created a project at the Kochi Muziris Biennale of Contemporary Art in India. He has worked on public art projects both nationally and in Birmingham, Vancouver and throughout India. Daniel delivered an inspiring talk “How art teaches you to approach the unfamiliar” for TEDxUbud in May 2018.

www.danielconnell.net

Figure and Space | Lucy Turnbull | Level 1-2

Thu 23 Apr – Thu 4 Jun 6pm – 9pm

In this exciting new course participants will work from the life model in relation to the studio setting. There will be different staged setups/environments each week to aid the exploration of composition, geometry, form and perception of space. Participants will be encouraged to work quickly, making numerous sketches to develop strong drawing skills and a better understanding of the visual language of drawing.

Materials
20 sheets (or pad) A3 newprint paper (80gsm bulky/heavy), 20 sheets A1 cartridge paper, 1 A4 sketchbook, selection of pencils (eg 2B, 4B, 6B), 3 boxes of willow charcoal (various sizes), blade or sharpener, 3 white plastic erasers, masking tape, cotton rag, ruler, scissors, 2 large bulldog clips.

Lucy Turnbull recently completed her Masters of Fine Art at the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture and was awarded the Peter Rippon Travel Prize to visit museums in Europe. She is also a graduate of Adelaide Central School of Art and received a Bachelor of Visual Art (Hons) in 2010. Primarily an oil painter, Lucy works from observation, looking carefully at light and space to compose bold images of her surroundings. Recent exhibitions include, Carriers, at Hill Smith Gallery.

@to_lucy

Botanical Printmaking | Hanah Williams| Level 1-2

Sat 2 May – Sat 30 May 9.30am – 12.30pm 

In this hands-on course, participants will learn a range of eco-friendly printmaking techniques including etching and relief printmaking. This course is solvent free and uses non-toxic grounds. Participants will take home a small collection of prints. 

Materials

Fabriano Rosapina 220gsm printmaking paper x 2, Liquitex Paint Marker/Sharpie oil based paint marker, pencil, ball-point pen, sketchbook, ruler, etching needle, scissors, butcher's paper/newsprint x 2 sheets, disposable or washing up gloves, apron/protective clothing.
 

Hanah Williams is a printmaker based in Adelaide. She graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts from Adelaide College of the Arts in 2012 and went on to complete her Honours (Printmaking) at the University of South Australia, where she currently teaches. Hanah was the recipient of a Helpmann Academy grant and has recently completed her Green Certificate in printmaking from Zea Mays Printmaking School in Massachusetts. 

www.hanahw.weebly.com

Painting Courses 🛈

The Beauty of Watercolour | Alan Ramachandran | Level 1

Sat 2 May – Sat 30 May 1.30pm – 4.30pm

This course introduces participants to the beauty of watercolour painting. Alan will help you learn to control your brushwork and understand how to use a limited range of colours to create tonal values in your painting. Using step-by-step strategies for developing compositions, Alan will help you plan and paint your own watercolour works.

Materials

Watercolour paints: Madder Lake Deep, Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Sienna, Cadmium Yellow Pale, Raw Sienna, Cobalt Blue. If you already have watercolour materials, bring them to the first lesson. Watercolour brushes: Hake (2”), Synthetic round nos 3 & 5, Mop brushes nos 4 or 5 2 sheets A1 Canson 220gsm paper, 1 sheet 300gsm Arches Watercolour Paper Rough. Masking tape, tissues/sponge/old towel, palette with lid, 45cm x 60cm MDF board, misting spray bottle, water container (icecream).
 

Alan Ramachandran is a multi-award winning watercolour artist. Since migrating to Adelaide in 2007 he has had numerous group and solo exhibitions and has received awards for his work at a range of prizes. Alan has been a finalist in the Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize and the Pro Hart Outback Open Art Prize. He has an extensive teaching history and regularly presents talks and demonstrations about watercolour painting.

www.watercoloursbyalanlouis.com

Introduction to Oil Painting | Melanie Brown | Level 1        

Sat 2 May - Sat 30 May 1.30pm - 4.30pm

This course introduces a complete beginner to the essential principles and practices of oil painting. The course includes instruction on materials, methods of paint application and insights into key elements of tone and colour. In a supportive atmosphere participants will make a tonal study, start a colour wheel and paint two simple still life arrangements.

Materials

Oil paints: Titanium White, Ivory Black, Cadmium Red Light, Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium Yellow Mid, Lemon Yellow, Ultramarine Blue, Pthalo Blue, Prussian Blue. Brushes: Synthetic filbert nos 1, 2, 3 & 4. Flat hog hair brushes nos 6 & 8. Medium: Painting medium no 2, odourless solvent. Chroma Incredible Brush Cleaner or Disolv for cleaning brushes. 2 sheets A3 oil sketch paper. 2 14”x18” and 1 16”x20” canvas board. A3 disposable palette, palette knife, 1 stick willow charcoal, paper towels, Glad Wrap (or equivalent cling film) , 2 small glass jars with lids, soft t-shirt or cotton rags.
 

Melanie Brown completed a Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) in 2008 at Adelaide Central School of Art, having been awarded several scholarships and the Alumni Award. She has won awards including the Clifton’s Art Prize in 2008, the Loreto Star Portrait Prize in 2013 and the Kennedy Art Prize People’s Choice Award for 2015. Melanie has an extensive exhibition history in addition to lecturing at Adelaide Central School of Art. Melanie has received corporate and private commissions for her paintings both locally and overseas.

www.melaniebrown.com.au

Portrait Painting - Alla Prima | Daniel Connell | Level 1 - 2        

Sat 9 May - Sat 30 May 9.30am - 12.30pm

This course will explore various strategies for direct ‘Alla Prima’ (wet in wet) portrait painting. Working from a model, participants will learn how to create naturalistic skin tones using a range of colour palettes. Participants will explore different approaches for developing likeness and will be introduced to the etiquette of working with a life model.

 

Materials
Oil or acrylic paints: White, Black, Pthalo Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Cadmium Red, Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium Yellow, Lemon Yellow. Brushes: A range of brushes synthetic and hog hair (flats or brights), nos 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Medium (if oil painting): Painting medium no 2, odourless solvent. Disolv for cleaning brushes. Supports: canvas paper pad or 5 x boards or stretches canvases 18”x12” or larger.  A3 disposable palette, palette knife, 1 stick willow charcoal 9medium), paper towels, Glad Wrap (or equivalent cling film), 2 small glass jars with lids, soft t-shirt or cotton rags.

*Additional materials will be discussed in week 1.

 

Daniel Connell was awarded a PhD from the University of South Australia in 2019. His research explores the role of the visual arts, specifically portraiture, in creating healthy communities. His work has been selected for the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize and Fleurieu Art Prize. Daniel recently created a project at the Kochi Muziris Biennale of Contemporary Art in India. He has worked on public art projects both nationally and in Birmingham, Vancouver and throughout India. Daniel delivered an inspiring talk “How art teaches you to approach the unfamiliar” for TEDxUbud in May 2018.

www.danielconnell.net

Techniques of the Old Masters | Melanie Brown | Level 2-3

Wed 22 Apr – Wed 3 Jun | 6pm – 9pm

Explore the materials and painting techniques of Old Masters such as Rembrandt, Velazquez and Caravaggio. Students will copy an Old Master work, utilising techniques such as tonal underpainting, ‘Alla Prima’ (wet in wet) painting and glazing. The course involves practical demonstrations as well as individual instruction and a critique of each person’s work.

Materials
Oil paints: Titanium White, Ivory Black, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Cadmium Red Light, Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium Yellow Mid, Lemon Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Ultramarine Blue, Pthalo Blue, Prussian Blue. Acrylic paint: Burnt Sienna. Brushes: Synthetic filbert nos 1, 2, 3 & 4. Flat hog hair brushes nos 6 & 8. Medium: Painting medium no 2, Glaze medium no 4 or Liquol/Liquin, odourless solvent. Disolv for cleaning brushes. 1 20”x24” canvas board. A3 disposable palette, palette knife, 1 stick willow charcoal, paper towels, Glad Wrap (or equivalent cling film) , 2 small glass jars with lids, soft t-shirt or cotton rags.

 

Melanie Brown completed a Bachelor of Visual Art [Honours] in 2008 at Adelaide Central School of Art, having been awarded several scholarships and the Alumni Award. She has won numerous awards including the Clifton’s Art Prize in 2008, the Loreto Star Portrait Prize in 2013 and the Kennedy Art Prize People’s Choice Award for 2015. Melanie has an extensive exhibition history and currently lectures in both the Painting and Drawing Department at the School. Melanie has received corporate and private commissions for her paintings both locally and overseas.

www.melaniebrown.com.au

Introduction to Abstract Painting | Cristina Metelli | Level 1 - 2

Thu 23 Apr – Thu 4 Jun 6pm – 9pm

This course will introduce participants to key principles involved in abstract painting. Artist Cristina Metelli will help you translate subject matter using colour, gesture and compositional arrangements. The course will support you to develop an expressive and individual approach to your painting practice.  

Materials

Oil paints: Titanium White, Ivory Black or Payne's Grey, Cadmium Red, Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium Yellow Mid, Lemon Yellow, Ultramarine Blue, Pthalo Blue. Brushes: Range of different sizes including a 2" flat. Medium: Odourless solvent (other painting mediums are to be advised at first class). Chroma Incredible Brush Cleaner or Disolv for cleaning brushes. 2 large painting surfaces (canvas or wood panel) 80cm appox. (square or rectangle), 5-10 sheets A2 oil sketch paper or loose primed canvas. A3 disposable palette, palette knife (optional), paper towels, Glad Wrap (or equivalent cling film), 2 small glass jars with lids, soft t-shirt or cotton rags. Sketchpaper/journal and pencil 2B or 4B, or charcoal sticks. Masking tape and scissors. 

 

Cristina Metelli was born in Milan and studied at art school there as a teenager. She later immigrated to Adelaide, where she continued her artistic education, completing a Bachelor Degree in Visual Art (Honours) at Adelaide Central School of Art. Her studio practice is based on painting and sculpture. Inspired by the diversity and beauty of nature, her work draws attention to pressing environmental concerns. Cristina’s work has been extensively exhibited and collected in Adelaide, interstate and overseas.

www.cristinametelli.com

 
Sculpture & Ceramic Courses  🛈

Textiles: Stitch Traditions | Sera Waters | Level 1-2

Thu 23 Apr – Thu 28 May 6pm – 9pm

This course is designed for a range of participants, from those with minimal experience of stitching and textiles to those with prior knowledge. Participants will learn a range of stitch-based techniques, with a focus upon embroidery. Alongside skill development we will examine contemporary textile practices and explore how stitch traditions can be understood and applied in unconventional ways for current times.

Materials

Initial materials supplied. Additional materials will be discussed during the course
 

Sera Waters is an Adelaide based artist who works predominantly with textiles. She holds a PhD from the University of South Australia and in 2006 was awarded the Ruth Tuck Scholarship to study hand embroidery at the Royal School of Needlework (UK). Her current research interests include repetitive crafting, Australian colonial and domestic histories, and the application of traditions for a changing future. From June 2020 her solo exhibition Domestic Arts will be touring South Australian regional galleries with Country Arts SA. She exhibits national and internationally and is represented by Hugo Michell Gallery.

https://serawaters.com.au/

image: Joseph's 95,076 Holes, 2018, Felt, cotton, found textiles: towels, long stitches, velvet & wool, Approx. 130 x 130 cm

Introduction to Wheel Throwing | Various Lecturers | Level 1


Mon 27 Apr - Mon 22 Jun (no classes Mon 8 Jun)

Michael Carney | 10am - 12pm 

Kerryn Levy  | 1pm - 3pm 

Michael Carney | 6pm - 8pm


Tue 28 Apr - Tue 16 Jun

Connie Augoustinos | 10am - 12pm


Wed 29 Apr - Wed 17 Jun

Ebony Heidenreich | 10am - 12pm

Ebony Heidenreich | 6pm - 8pm

Thu 30 Apr - Thu 18 Jun

Xanthe Murphy | 10am - 12pm

Xanthe Murphy | 6pm - 8pm


Sat 2 May - Sat 27 Jun (no classes Sat 6 Jun)

Hannah Vorrath-Pajak | 10am - 12pm

Hannah Vorrath-Pajak | 1pm - 3pm 

 

Held in JamFactory Ceramics Studios, this course will introduce participants to the techniques and skills required to throw clay on a potter’s wheel. The course will cover many aspects of wheel throwing with the aim of producing an object to take home. This workshop will cover various stages of ceramic making from shaping the object with the wheel, to firing, and glazing. This course is also suitable for participants who are familiar with wheel work, but would like to further develop their skills.


Materials

All materials supplied.

Bios

Connie Augoustinos is an emerging artist and maker who creates coiled and pinched ceramic sculptural vessels reminiscent of ritualistic artefacts. She undertook a Bachelor of Visual Art, specializing in Ceramics at University of South Australia before completing the associate training program at JamFactory where she now has her studio.

Michael Carney is a South Australian ceramicist who has been working with clay since 2009. Introduced to ceramics whilst undertaking an MFA at the University of South Australia, ceramics grew to be at the core of his arts practice. Michael is currently a JamFactory associate. His work traverses contemporary sculpture and functional tableware.

www.michaelcarneyart.com

@carney.art
 

Ebony Heidenreich is an Adelaide based ceramic artist. She studied at the University of South Australia and graduated with honours in 2014. Ebony will spend the next two years working as a Jam Factory associate. Her work utilises both wheel-throwing and hand-building techniques, using traditional processes to make contemporary objects.

@eheid_ceramics

Kerryn Levy graduated from University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Ceramics) in 2014. The following year she spent time honing her skills in various ceramics studios in BC, Canada. Kerryn creates functional and sculptural ceramics using a range of making techniques. She is currently an associate at JamFactory.

www.kerrynlevyceramics.com 

 

Xanthe Murphy graduated from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Design [Honours] in 2018 and is currently a Ceramics Associate at JamFactory. Her work is rooted in a belief that design should be highly functional and have longevity for everyday use. Xanthe’s practice celebrates the uniqueness and eccentricities of handcrafted objects.

www.xanthemurphy.com

 

Hannah Vorrath-Pajak is currently a studio tenant at JamFactory after completing a two year JamFactory Associateship Training Program. She graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts specialising in ceramics at the University of South Australia in 2017. Along with a strong interest in craftspersonship, she uses her time in the studio to explore new techniques and concepts within her practice. Often combining wheel throwing and hand building techniques, Hannah creates tactile vessels that evoke a sense of curiosity. 

@hannahvorrathpajak 

 

These courses are held at JamFactory

19 Morphett Street, Adelaide SA 5000

T 08 8410 0727

Intermediate Wheel Throwing | Alison Arnold | Level 2-3

Tue 28 Apr - 16 Jun | 6pm - 8pm

Held in JamFactory Ceramics Studios, this course will further develop participants’ throwing skills. Participants will expand their throwing repertoire with new techniques and forms, including handles, bowls, and matching sets. This course is only suitable for participants who have completed a minimum of two introductory wheel throwing courses or have an equivalent level of experience.
  

Materials

All materials supplied.

 

Alison Arnold is a studio potter and experienced teacher with an established studio in the Adelaide Hills. Her creative experience spans a 30 year career working both in the UK and Australia. She completed her Bachelor of Visual Arts majoring in Ceramics at Adelaide Centre for the Arts and a Graduate Diploma in Arts Management at the University of South Australia. Alison is a former associate and tenant at the JamFactory and has exhibited widely throughout Australia. Her work reflects her broad range of skills from functional tableware to highly decorated sculptural exhibition pieces.

www.redbirdstudioart.com/

These courses are held at JamFactory

19 Morphett Street, Adelaide SA 5000

T 08 8410 0727

Introduction to Hand Building & Surface Decoration | Connie Augoustinos| Level 1-2

Tue 28 Apr - 16 Jun | 6pm - 8pm

Thu 30 Apr - 18 Jun | 6pm - 8pm

Held in JamFactory Ceramics Studios, this course is an ideal introduction to hand building ceramics. The course will cover various aspects of ceramic practice, from coil, pinch and slab construction, to firing and glazing. This course is also suitable for participants who are familiar with hand building techniques but would like to further develop their skills.

Materials

All materials supplied.

Connie Augoustinos is an emerging artist and maker who creates coiled and pinched ceramic sculptural vessels reminiscent of ritualistic artefacts. She undertook a Bachelor of Visual Art, specializing in Ceramics at University of South Australia before completing the associate training program at JamFactory where she now has her studio.

www.connieaugoustinos.com/

This course is held at JamFactory

19 Morphett Street, Adelaide SA 5000

T 08 8410 0727

Introduction to Glaze Development | Jordan Gower| Level 2-3

Tue 28 Apr - 16 Jun | 6pm - 8pm

Held in JamFactory Ceramics Studios, this course will introduce participants to the techniques and skills required to create your own glazes. The course will introduce you to raw materials so you can develop your own glaze recipes on different clay bodies using test tiles. Participants will also have the rare opportunity to test their experiments in electric and gas kiln environments. This course is suitable for participants who have done our hand building and/or wheel throwing short course programs or similar.

Please bring a calculator (or phone calculator), apron, pen and notebook -  all other materials supplied.

Jordan Gower is a South Australian visual artist working in the field of ceramics. He graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts and Design from Adelaide College of the Arts before completing an Honours year at the University of South Australia in 2013. Gower is currently an access-tenant at JamFactory where he specialises in thrown tableware for restaurants and residential projects. With a focus on stoneware and porcelain technology, Gower’s arts practice is informed by traditional and contemporary Japanese ceramics.

aburiceramics.com/

This course is held at JamFactory

19 Morphett Street, Adelaide SA 5000

T 08 8410 0727

Intermediate Hand Building & Surface Decoration | Kerryn Levy| Level 2-3

Mon 27 Apr - 22 Jun | 6pm - 8pm (no classes held Mon 8 Jun)

This course is for students with basic hand-building skills, who are open to self-directed learning. An experienced teacher will assist you with your projects, and teach techniques specific to your interests to improve your hand-building and decorating skills.

All materials supplied.

Kerryn Levy graduated from University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Ceramics) in 2014. The following year she spent time honing her skills in various ceramics studios in BC, Canada. Kerryn creates functional and sculptural ceramics using a range of making techniques. She is currently an associate at JamFactory.

www.kerrynlevyceramics.com

 

This course is held at JamFactory

19 Morphett Street, Adelaide SA 5000

T 08 8410 0727

Teen courses   🛈

Drawing for Teens | Alex Beckinsale | Level 1 - 2

Mon 27 Apr - 6 Jun 4.30pm - 6.30pm

This exciting new short course is ideal for teenagers (aged 13 – 17) who want to extend their artmaking experience. Emerging artist Alex Beckinsale will introduce participants to a range of materials and strategies for making drawings.

Materials

A3 sketch pad, 1 sheet mid-grey Canson paper, selection of pencils (eg 2B, 4B, 6B), willow and compressed charcoals, 1 Conte - White, blade or sharpener, white plastic eraser, kneadable eraser, masking tape, measuring stick (dowel).
 

Alex Beckinsale is an emerging artist and lover of all things vintage. She graduated from Adelaide Central School of Art with a Bachelor of Visual Art [Honours] in 2016. Her research is based on the use of found images in the construction of uncanny narratives. Alex continues to make work, teach art and hunt for vintage photos.

www.alexmarie-beckinsale.com

@alex.beckinsale

Drawing for Teens | Lucy Turnbull | Level 1 - 2

Mon 27 Apr - 6 Jun 4.30pm - 6.30pm

This exciting new short course is ideal for teenagers (aged 13 – 17) who want to extend their artmaking experience. Artist Lucy Turnbull will introduce participants to a range of materials and strategies for making drawings.

Materials
A3 sketch pad, 1 sheet mid-grey Canson paper, selection of pencils (eg 2B, 4B, 6B), willow and compressed charcoals, 1 Conte - White, blade or sharpener, white plastic eraser, kneadable eraser, masking tape, measuring stick (dowel).
 

Lucy Turnbull recently completed her Master of Fine Art at the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture and was awarded the Peter Rippon Travel Prize to visit museums in Europe. She is also a graduate of Adelaide Central School of Art and received a Bachelor of Visual Art (Hons) in 2010. Primarily an oil painter, Lucy works from observation, looking carefully at light and space to compose bold images of her surroundings. Recent exhibitions include, Carriers, at Hill Smith Gallery.

@to_lucy

Oil Painting for Teens | Nicole Clift | Level 1 - 2

Mon 27 Apr - 6 Jun 4.30pm - 6.30pm

This exciting new short course is ideal for teenagers (aged 13 – 17) who want to learn to paint with oils. Emerging artist Nicole Clift will introduce participants to a range of fundamental techniques for making paintings.

Materials
Oil paints: Titanium White, Burnt Umber, Cadmium Red Light, Yellow Ochre, Ultramarine Blue. Brushes: Synthetic filbert nos 1, 2, 3 & 4. Flat hog hair brushes nos 6 & 8. Medium: Oleogel or refined linseed oil, odourless solvent. 5 sheets A3 oil sketch paper. A3 disposable palette, brush stand, palette knife, paper towels, 2 small glass jars with lids, soft t-shirt or cotton rags.

Nicole Clift is an emerging visual artist based in Adelaide. Nicole completed her Honours in Visual Art at Adelaide Central School of Art in 2019, working between the fields of drawing, sculpture and installation. Her practice takes surfaces as a core focus, and through material handling and repetitive gestures she aims to create tools to understand the tandem processes of thinking and making. Nicole is the 2020 Artist in Residence at Carclew House.

@nicole.clift

3D Printing for Teens | Jess Taylor | Level 1 - 2

Mon 27 Apr - 6 Jun 4.30pm - 6.30pm

This course will introduce teens to the tools and technology required to create fully printable 3D models. Jess will provide instruction on a variety of free to use digital modelling software and the various types of 3D printers and materials available. In a supportive environment, participants will design their own digital model, culminating in their own 3D printed sculpture. This course is suitable for any experience level.

Materials

Laptop with mouse
Please ensure the following programs downloaded and installed: Blender (available at https://www.blender.org/download/) and Meshmixer (available at http://www.meshmixer.com/download.html). Please note Microsoft Windows 7 (or later) or OS X / macOS 10.11 (or later) is required to run the programs. Sketch pad and pencils.
 

Jess Taylor is an early career artist whose practice explores her fascination with fictional horror and monsters through primarily digital methods of making. Scanning her body using 3D imaging technology and manipulating it through various digital programs, Jess creates intricate 3D printed objects and vast virtual environments, uncanny digital prints and moving image works. Jess studied at Adelaide Central School of Art, graduating with first class honours in 2013, and completed a Masters by Research at UniSA in 2018. She has exhibited nationally and has been a finalist and awardee in several art prizes.

www.jesstaylorartist.com

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