On Tuesday 9 February at Dogwood Crossing, Miles will host this newly funded touring program, focusing on the topic: Public Programming: How to get the community engaged with your space
Tuesday 9 February 2021, Dogwood Crossing, Miles
6pm Meet and Greet, Dogwood Crossing Foyer
6.30pm – 7.30pm Online Arts Dinner Talks, Murilla Room
For more info and to register click here
Councillor Kylie Bourne
Chinchilla artist, Helen Dennis
The Scenic Rim Regional Council is partnering with the Regional Arts Service Network for South -West Queensland, to deliver the newly named Arts Dinners Live & ONLINE South West Queensland program. This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.
Creative Arts Practice Masterclass Weekend
27-28 March 2021
The Laurels of Chinchilla
Seeking to enhance your arts practice?
This masterclass is designed to guide you in the process of ‘applied thinking’ strategies for developing ideas and concepts that are the foundation of arts practice. The workshop includes creative investigations, self-reflection, readings, research, and informal group conversations. The outcomes for each artist will include developing starting points for creative explorations, ideas for new projects, time out to think, and to nurture a stronger connection between self and arts practice.
The masterclass will suit artists who have some experience in exhibiting their work and would like to extend themselves further professionally. You will need to be self-motivated for personal success and open to new ways of thinking. Some additional exercises are required prior to the workshop to bring along so you can get the most out of your time during the workshop.
Spaces are limited! Book early to avoid disappointment (Via Eventbrite) click here
Email for more information.
The Laurels of Chinchilla
Cost: $150: Workshop fees and catering (You must be able to attend both days)
- Saturday 27 March 2021 9am – 4pm
- Sunday 28 March 2021 8.30am – 2.30pm
Additional Cost: Accommodation
Participants are encouraged to consider booking overnight accommodation at the Laurels of Chinchilla for a restorative experience and the opportunity to relax and engage with the masterclass tutor and other overnighting artists.
About Sandra Pearce:
Sandra Pearce is a Brisbane based artist working with paper and printmaking media. Her art practice responds to ideas relating to nature-human conflicts, the impacts of urbanisation and the human manipulation of landscape. Personal experiences are integral to her practice.
Sandra has exhibited widely in both regional and private art galleries, completed several artist-in-residences, and has many years’ experience in delivering public programs for galleries, local councils and community organisations.