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Redcliffe Art Gallery is proud to present a host of workshops to suit everyone.

Redcliffe Art Gallery — 01 September 2018 – 28 February 2019

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Tuesday 31 July - Saturday 1 September

Foyer Exhibition: Catherine Reason Macauley
10.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe Free
Catherine is a Brisbane based artist who was born in Bundaberg and grew up in the various Queensland towns of Baffle Creek, Mt Sylvia and Peachester.

Saturday 25 August - Saturday 13 October

Exhibition: 15 Artists 2018
10.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe Free
This annual award plays a pivotal role in the growth of the Moreton Bay Regional Council Art Collection.

Self-paced activity: The art of the cosmos
10.00am - 3.30pm Redcliffe Free
Using the materials provided create your own solar system. Participants will be presented with space facts to aid their imagination and wonder of the cosmos.

Tuesday 4 September - Saturday 29 September

Foyer Exhibition: Melissa Prendergast
10.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe Free
Melissa's simple, elegant porcelain artworks are formed on the pottery wheel, to showcase the beauty of the crystalline glaze.

Monday 10 September

SpaceCRAFT
11.05am - 11.35am Redcliffe Free
Inspired by Nadine Cameron’s artwork ORRERY 1, SOLAR SYSTEM 2, children will be assisted to make their own rocket to take home, launch and engage with through imaginary play.

Saturday 15 September

In Conversation: Evolution of Practice with Jun Chen and Winnie Luk
2.00pm - 3.00pm Redcliffe Free
Join Jun Chen and Winnie Luk as they discuss their separate paths navigating very different areas of the arts industry, and their evolution as artists.

Monday 17 September

SpaceCRAFT
11.05am - 11.35am Redcliffe Free
Inspired by Nadine Cameron’s artwork ORRERY 1, SOLAR SYSTEM 2, children will be assisted to make their own rocket to take home, launch and engage with through imaginary play.


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Friday 28 September

Workshop: An introduction to Polyester Plate Lithography with artist Nicola Hooper
1.30pm - 3.30pm Redcliffe Free
Using polyester plates and brayers learn the technique of lithography with artist Nicola Hooper.

Workshop: Construct a fly with artist Nicola Hooper
10.30am - 12.00noon Redcliffe Free
Using a copy of a fly lithograph featured in Nicola’s artwork, you will colour and construct a fly sculpture of your very own. Add transparent wings and imagine shooing it away.

Tuesday 2 October - Saturday 27 October

Foyer Exhibition: Vivien Harris
10.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe Free
Capturing the beauty of the local region of Redcliffe Peninsula, as well as the world beyond.

Wednesday 10 October

Artist Talk - Donna Marcus: From kitchen to public square
10.30am - 11.30am Redcliffe Free
Donna Marcus is an Australian artist best known for her use of vast collections of discarded aluminium kitchenware and more recently, public art commissions.

Friday 19 October - Saturday 1 December

Exhibition: As far as the eye can see
10.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe Free
As far as the eye can see celebrates the contemporary topography of both landscape and printmaking.

Tuesday 30 October - Saturday 1 December

Foyer Exhibition: Marelise Mitchley
10.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe Free
Marelise Mitchley uses rich oil paints to bring to life the bright colours which catch her eye and give her pleasure.

Thursday 6 December - Saturday 5 January

Foyer Exhibition: Ruby Purple
10.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe Free
Outback Connections is an exhibition revealing Ruby Purple’s conceptual process and how she designs and creates artworks from natural grasses, paper and found materials.

Friday 7 December - Friday 25 January

Reasonable and Necessary: prints and artist books by Artel artists
10.00am - 4.00am Redcliffe Free
Reasonable and Necessary, curated by Lynne Seear, includes Artel prints and artist books, which are both refreshingly unpretentious and exceedingly skilled. Artel and Cascade Place are programs run by CPL (Choice, Passion, Life) in Redcliffe. These programs support the development of a positive and participatory cultural identity for people with profound and complex disabilities

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