Paper Sculpture Workshop – ‘The Medium is the Message’
The Princes Hill Community Centre is excited to propose a new art and paper sculpture workshop with renowned tutor Anzara Clark.
Tear, twist, thread, transform. Explore different ways of working with papers, creating free form sculptural works that utilize paper manipulation and the design principles of repetition and the multiple. See simple materials from a new perspective and incorporate your discoveries into your own creative practice.
Some course notes and other paper materials provided, but participants are welcome to bring along sentimental books, letters or papers to work with during the session.
11am – 4pm, Saturday 10 November $85 (EB $80)
Where: Downstairs Classroom, Princes Hill Community Centre
For more information, contact 03 9387 7740 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anzara Clark is a Melbourne-based artist who works primarily in textiles and paper and recyclables. She uses garment forms to explore individual and cultural identity, memory and critical human experiences. Offering a myriad of possibilities for visual expression, whether sculptural or wearable, the dimensional and tactile nature of garments invites a multi-sensory immersion in the narratives they embody.
Anzara enjoys challenging assumptions about materials and processes, constantly exploring new ways of manipulating paper, recyclable materials and textile processes to create works that surprise and invite viewers to question their perspectives of value and beauty. As an arts educator and facilitator, Anzara is passionate about supporting the creative journeys of others as they discover new ways of seeing and of expressing themselves through art.