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FESTIV ARTY Workshops
Acrylics for Beginners

Acrylics for Beginners

Cheryl and Karin, both widely experienced acrylic artists and long term participants in the arts festival, will share their extensive knowledge, skill and passion for this medium. Participants will learn how to blend colours purposefully on canvas and board supports, using quality paints to create your own unique artwork.

Children's Cupcake Decorating

Children’s Cupcake Decorating

Children will have a ball learning basic cupcake decorating skills and getting creative with their six cupcakes to take home.

This will be a great opportunity to learn a huge variety of watercolour techniques with Dianne. So get in and book your place early as numbers are limited.

All materials and tools supplied.

Bring your own lunch. Tea and coffee provided.

Dream Catcher

Make your own Dream Catcher

Join in the fun and make your very own funky dream catcher wall hanging to take home, with a choice of two designs.

T-Shirt Necklace

Recycled T-Shirt Necklace Workshop

Learn how to create a fashionable recycled necklace from a T-shirt and beads. All materials supplied.

 

Bright watercolour techniques tips and tricks

Bright Watercolour: techniques, tips and tricks

Dianne Clark, an experienced professional watercolourist and a member of the Watercolour Society of WA will be holding a workshop in the Studio of the Collie Art Gallery.

This will be a great opportunity to learn a huge variety of watercolour techniques with Dianne. So get in and book your place early as numbers are limited.

All materials and tools supplied.

Bring your own lunch. Tea and coffee provided.

Help make a Bee Hotel

Help make a Bee Hotel

Head along to Our Community Gardens in Collie and learn how to create a bee-friendly garden to increase pollination for your backyard flowers, fruit and vegetables.

You’ll help make a Bee Hotel with participants and then take those skills back to your garden to build your very own.

Learn about bee-friendly flowers, and how to encourage these amazing pollinators to stay in your garden.