Mon, 17 Apr|
Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Resource
Act Belong Commit: The Recycle Instrument Project Workshop
Join us for our award-winning Recycled Instrument Project workshops this April school holidays!
Time & Location
17 Apr, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Resource, 2 Paterson St, Mundijong WA 6123, Australia
About the Event
Join us for one of our award-winning Recycled Instrument Project workshops this April school holidays, sponsored by Healthway, Waste Authority and the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale!
Led by Djinda Boodja Arts Centre Director Vicki Warn and Curate Micro-Factory Director Patricia Alessi, join us as we explore our stock of sheet music and clear inserts at the Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Resource Centre and turn musical trash into treasure!
A great nostalgic intergenerational hands-on arts workshop for ages 4-94, we are looking forward to giving forgotten sheet music a new lease on life - and you get to take them home to put in your favourite frame!
The workshop is located at the Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Resource Centre, at 2 Paterson Street, Mundijong WA.
The goal of the SJCRC is to provide a community focal point delivering access to communication technology and a range of government and business services including education, community workshops/activities and training opportunities to the Serpentine Jarrahdale Community.
You may find more information on the venue here: https://www.sjshire.wa.gov.au/listings/community/131/serpentine-jarrahdale-community-resource-centre
Thank you to Healthway for sponsoring this workshop. We are proud to bring the Act Belong Commit message to our award-winning workshops!
Our arts materials have been generously sponsored for our participants thanks to a WasteSorted grant, from the Waste Authority of Western Australia. It is a wonderful initiative that supports sustainability initiatives in WA communities!
And thank you to the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale. We love working with the Serpentine Jarrahdale community and are proudly supported by the Shire for our Recycle Instrument Project Workshops!
Please note that this is an intergenerational arts workshop. Photographs and videos may be taken of the event.
In accordance with hygiene requirements, hand sanitizing stations and cleaning products will be available for use throughout the workshop, too, in order to help ensure the safety of staff, artists and guests.
If required, COVID restrictions and/or adjustments may be made, in accordance with current health requirements.
Art Workshop Protocols
Please note that this is a hands-on arts workshop. Please wear suitable clothing, as you will be using paint and/or paint pens. Please feel free to bring a smock or apron, if you prefer.
We ask that all children under 13 years of age are accompanied by a parent and/or responsible caregiver.
See you there!