Linden has a trove of new upcoming programs and workshops for July, and we would love your help in spreading the word.
LINDEN LEARNS > TIWI ART AND CULTURE WITH JUDITH RYAN AM
Saturday, 15 July, 1-2PM
Join us for a special lecture by Judith Ryan AM, a renowned Indigenous Art expert and curator, as she explores the fascinating world of Tiwi art and culture in relation to Johnathon World Peace Bush’s current exhibition Everything that came before makes the present. Following the lecture, Dr Vincent Alessi, Director + CEO of Linden New Art, will join Judith Ryan AM to delve deeper into the exhibition, offering their perspectives on the intersection of culture, identity, and artistic expression.
LINDEN CREATES > PRINTMAKING MASTERCLASS
Saturday, 22 July, 11AM-4PM
Join us for a captivating two-part masterclass to explore printmaking strategies without a press and unleash creativity in printmaking. In the first session, we will experiment with the printmaking technique Monotype Trace. In the second session, we will learn about intaglio printmaking strategies through the Drypoint technique. Whether you are a seasoned artist or a beginner exploring the world of printmaking, this masterclass offers a dynamic and enriching experience for all levels of expertise.
LINDEN CREATES > FOUNDATIONAL DRAWING PROGRAM
Every Tuesday, 25 July – 29 August, 6.30-9.30PM
Foundational Drawing Program is a six-week, artist-led program designed for complete beginners and for those who wish to refresh the fundamentals of drawing and engage with contemporary ideas of expanded drawing practices. With each passing class, you will build upon your previous skills, strengthening your observational and analytical abilities while gaining confidence in your drawing capabilities. Material exploration will be a key focus, allowing you to experiment with various tools and techniques and find your own unique style.
LINDEN PLAYS > MAKING NATIVE BEE HOTELS
Saturday, 26 August, 1-2.30PM
Join our workshop and make a difference for local wildlife! Create charming, miniature structures using recycled materials and bamboo, providing native bees with safe homes. Add your creative touch to decorate these habitats and learn about. The importance of protecting our native flora and fauna. Let’s inspire environmental stewardship together. Children of all ages are welcome.