Join the Council’s Heritage staffon a tour of Heritage Hill’s buildings and gardens.
Participants will learn the basics of plant care and how toconstruct a mini-world using up-cycled glass vessels.
Throughout this nine weekprogram participants will use a variety of material including conté, graphite,and ink, charcoal and permanent markers on different drawing surfaces. Lifemodels will be provided.
Participants will learn how to make and maintain beeswaxwraps for keeping food fresh and hygienic without the use of single-useplastics such as cling-wrap.
The workshop will cover imagination, mark making, textureand composition, whilst being brave with colour.
Join us to learn a few facts about local mushrooms and makesmall clay specimens and display them in a terrarium.
In this hands-on workshop, students will learn thefundamentals of working with clay, and working with the hands to learn how tocreate a pinch pot, cylinder, embellishments and coils.
In this sustainability workshop, kids will be introduced tothe world of recycling, by re-purposing tin cans and vinyl, and create theirown Monster Pot.
Children will learn the art of paper marbling in this funworkshop. They’ll learn how to float coloured inks on water and make an amazingunique print from it.