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Get messy, get wet and have too much fun whilst creating in a way that is good for the environment.
Learn now to make kinetic (moving) sculptures from reclaimed junk, make your own air-drying clay into a bowl and recycle old tiling materials to create a mosaic feature for your garden at home. Be a community artist as you work as a team to create a birdbath for Bellingen town centre gardens. Imagine seeing local birds enjoying your art every time you come to Bellingen! Go on mini excursions into nature and use materials we find like stones, vines, wood and feather to create ephemeral art – pictures, structures and sculptures that can over time return to nature.
So bring a camera and be ready to get messy, get wet and have too much fun whilst we create with a minimal environmental footprint.
Fiona McAulay is a community artist with a focus on reusing, recycling and reclaiming materials. A high school teacher, she also runs community workshops for both children and adults to create public mosaic artwork installations.
$25 will cover all materials and this is payable to the tutor on the first day of the camp.