Stories in clay: Create miniature tea sets and hand designed plates (session two)

Come and create your own miniature tea set and plates with facilitator local artist Fiona Wood inspired by the Arthur Merric Boyd (AMB) Pottery exhibition.

Arthur Merric Boyd Pottery, Murrumbeena, Melbourne (manufacturer) | Neil Douglas (decorator) | Bowl 1950–3 | Earthenware | 12.2 x 34.7 cm diameter National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne | Purchased from Admission Funds, 1990 (D14-1990)

Children will use air dry clay to sculpt their very own miniature tea set on a plastic tray. Drawing inspiration from the pottery by Arthur Boyd, John Perceval, Neil Douglas and other artists, the children will then decorate their own ceramic plate to take home.

A fantastic opportunity for children to create  both 2D and 3D artworks and really explore their creative side. 

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19 October 2019 / 10:00 AM — 4:00 PM

Love Cosies

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Love Cosies: The Tea Cosy project is an initiative of Celebrate Ageing. 

Carnegie Library and Community Centre — Foyer, 7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie

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2019 Youth Art Exhibition

Ella Smart (aged 20) and father Steven Smart
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The 2019 Youth Art Exhibition is your chance to see the amazing talents of emerging young artists in the City of Glen Eira.

Glen Eira City council Gallery, corner Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield