Hobsons Bay children and their families are invited to join an online creative program creating artwork responding to the natural landscape of Hobsons Bay, from the indigenous flowering grasslands to the bugs and animals that would have inhabited this landscape prior to the colonial settler. The creative program is inspired by Dean Stewart’s Lost Lands Found project in Altona.
Families will be guided through a series of themes presented by Dean Stewart. In addition, online workshops will also be hosted by art teacher Rachael Morris from Little Art Big Art.
The online workshops are hosted on Mondays between 5pm and 6pm.
Bookings are required. Numbers are limited. One family per workshop session. Participants must be residents of Hobsons Bay. Contact email@example.com.
Fortnightly Lost Lands Found themes
If you can't make a live workshop session, families are still welcome to participate. Families will be encouraged to share their artworks on Instagram using the #lostlandsfoundcreativeprogram hashtag.
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