Time: 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Date: Tuesdays, 17 May to 2 August
Where: Castlemaine Community House
Instructor: Quince Frances (Them/They)
Develop your creative confidence in this adult art-making course. Each week we will explore a different practical technique and medium for creating images on paper. There will be a strong focus on drawing and watercolour. We will draw inspiration from the work of historical and contemporary artists while discussing some fascinating moments in the history of visual arts.
Each week you will build on skills gained in the previous week. Suitable for beginners, artists in a creative rut or anyone who wishes to expand their art-making skills and knowledge!
All materials provided!
Bookings close Friday 13 May
Date: Tuesdays, 17 May to 2 August (10 sessions with 2 week break during school holidays)
Time: 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Cost: $595 (Full) / $495 (Concession or Early Bird Discount. EBD available until 10 May)
Quince Frances (them/They)
Quince Frances is a non-binary artist, mother and horticulturalist, living and working on stolen Dja Dja Wurrung Country. Spanning illustration, landscape and textiles, their work explores relationships and respect for country, whilst centring the voices of the lqbtqia+ community. They studied Design Arts, graduating in 2014 and has since studied horticulture, permaculture and urban farming. Quince has been commissioned to make images for conservation groups, small businesses and academics. In 2020 Quince was awarded the Rainbow Prize in the Biblio Art Prize. Currently, Quince is illustrating Centering Our Voices, a Project with Loddon Mallee Health.