SatARTday
Children and Young People’s Workshops

SatARTday – Welcome to My World – Lilian Ptácek

3 – 24 June 2017
2.00pm – 4.00pm
8 Hours / £40

Suitable for ages 9 – 12

Over these four workshops we will create banners and flags to tell stories about who we are.  Imagine if an alien visitor landed on your doorstep, how would you tell them who you are and where you come from?  Using drawing and collage we will invent imaginary aliens and then create banners and flags that communicate stories of our lives to them.

In these workshops you will learn:

– Drawing
– Collage
– Screenprint
– How to make banner and flag

About the tutor:
Lilian Ptáček is a visual artist currently working in Glasgow, where she graduated from The Glasgow School of Art. Her practice primarily consists of prints and sculptures that form collages, either across the image plane or within the dynamics of an installation. Lilian recently undertook a residency at The Lighthouse Works on Fishers Island, New York where she was preparing for an exhibition at Espacio Urg3l Madrid and she is also a co-founder of artist collective Bart Waltz.   www.lilianptacek.com


SatARTday Plus – Sally Hackett

3 – 17 June 2017
2.00pm – 4.00pm
6 Hours / £30

Suitable for ages 12 – 15

Become a king, queen, celebrity, leader or icon in these clay workshops led by artist Sally Hackett. Through these workshops you will make commemorative ceramics that represent you as a significant and influential figure.

In these workshops you will learn  to:

– hand build with clay
– mould shapes and forms
– glaze ceramics

About the tutor:
Sally Hackett lives and works in Glasgow, graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design with first class honours in 2012.  She has recently undertaken residencies at Hospitalfield (2015) CCA Creative Lab, Glasgow (2016) and Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow (2016). Sally has collaborated with a wide range of organisations such as GOMA, Project Ability and Glasgow Museum Services. Solo shows have included Naked Since 1480, the Telfer Gallery, Glasgow (2014); and Fun Just Wants to Have Girls, Summerhall, Edinburgh (2014). She was recently commissioned by Edinburgh Art Festival, creating The Fountain of Youth, Museum of Edinburgh (2016)

www.sallyhackett.co.uk


If you would like to find out more about the course then follow this link – Sculpture Courses

If you are interested in booking on to this course call us on 0131 551 4490 or for further information email Debi Banerjee at learning@edinburghsculpture.org

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