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    REvamp - Urban Arts Program - Workshops

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    Join Propel Youth Arts and FRANK in a series of FREE mural painting workshops to learn how to make a career in public art, discover how to make stencils and co-design a mural to transform Aqualife.  

    Book in for 1 workshop, or all 3 - registrations essential

    Week One: ART IS A REAL JOB! 👩‍🎨

    • Learn all about the journey of becoming an artist, the various pathways to success and the importance of networking.
    • During this workshop we will explore supportive resources, look at your rights as an artist and explore the things I wish I had known. 

    Week Two: TELLING A STORY – THE CREATIVE PROCESS 📚

    • Learn how to interpret a brief and create a narrative to fit your personal style of art. 
    • We will be using a site-specific example and exploring the various considerations for the mural that will be created as part of this project.
    • The second half of this workshop will focus on brainstorming and collaboration to create a unique public art piece that will be installed in the community.

    Week Three: TECHNICAL APPLICATIONS 🖌️

    • Now that we have a concept, how do we get it on the wall? Discover ‘old school’ analogue processes used by the experts and the transition to modern techniques. 
    • For this workshop we will look at stencil making, DIY aesthetic and how to use simple tools in multiple applications to create stickers, posters and tees! 

    Access Info

    • Vic Park Community Centre has ample parking on site and is on a number of bus routes. 
    • It has step free access, a disabled toilet with baby change, access to outdoor space and gender-neutral toilets. 
    • Support workers, carers are always welcome at events. There is a map and detail here.
    • We try our best to make our events inclusive of all, if you have any questions or access requirements, please get in touch via admin@vicpark.wa.gov.au 

    The Town of Victoria Park would like to acknowledge the Whadjuk Noongar people as the traditional custodians of the land, their continuing cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land, which continues to be important today. We pay respect to past and present Elders and leaders and extend that to any First Nations young people taking part in the event.


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