Wonder, Engage, Inspire
T: Telephone02 9457 8245
Bush Studio visual arts camp provides an opportunity for public school students in Years 7 and 8 to be involved in an engaging, challenging and stimulating visual arts program led by an experienced visual arts teacher.
The aim of the camp is to provide students with an opportunity to observe, interpret and respond to their immediate environment at Bobbin Head in the Ku-ring-gai National Park. Students will learn strategies to explore their immediate experience of the landscape to create preliminary works as departure points for resolved studio-based artworks.
Bushwalking and canoeing in the Ku-ring-gai National Park will provide exciting opportunities for students to directly observe and visually document the subtle nuances of the natural environment using drawing and mixed media. Students will investigate ways to create sculptural works using natural found objects and use these sculptures to facilitate the making of drawings and monoprints.
The program will culminate in an exhibition for families, friends and teachers.
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|The Gibberagong Building at Bobbin Head|
|Eligibility||Year 7 and 8 students from public high schools|
|Schools are required to organise transport for students to and from the location.|
$200 per student - GST free
Payments need to be made to the students school.
|Registration Closing Date||Friday 16th June 2023|
|What to bring||
An information package will be sent to the nominated teacher and parent/guardian after they have registered interest.
Phone: 9457 8245
address Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, Bobbin Head Road Picnic Area, North Turramurra NSW 2074
telephone 02 9457 8245
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work. We would like to pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging and acknowledge our Aboriginal Elders and knowledge holders who have helped us to understand the special connection Aboriginal Peoples have with the land.
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