Mon, 25 Sept|
Canning Bridge Community Space
Getting Creative with Curate at Canning Bridge: Blues & Botanics Workshop
Join Curate at Canning Bridge for our 2-hour bespoke pressed flower workshop to create your own musically-inspired floral artwork!
Time & Location
25 Sept, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Canning Bridge Community Space , 63 Kishorn Rd, Mount Pleasant WA 6153, Australia
About the Event
We here at Curate adore the pressed flower craze - but we, of course, wanted to add our own sustainable spin to it! So we have created Blues & Botanics, an art workshop that combines our mission to reuse sheet music and our love of flowers into a unique arts workshop experience.
Join us at the Canning Bridge Community Space as part of our Getting Creative with Curate at Canning Bridge arts workshop series for our own 2-hour bespoke pressed flower workshop to create your own musically-inspired floral artwork!
Tickets and Material Fee
Thanks to the support of the City of Melville, Curate is able to offer this bespoke workshop at $25/ticket!
Everything is included in this workshop (including the single-pane frame, sheet music and pressed flowers).
This accessible workshop is perfect for the novice crafter to the experienced artist.
City of Melville
The Getting Creative with Curate at Canning Bridge workshop series is supported by a City of Melville Canning Bridge Place Grant.
To help ensure that we are serving the community, we kindly ask that if you live or work in the City of Melville, please book a City of Melville Admission Ticket.
We kindly ask all other participants to book a General Admission Ticket for the workshop.
The workshop is located at the Canning Bridge Community Space, which is at 63 Kishorn Road, Mount Pleasant, WA.
The Canning Bridge Community Space is an air-conditioned and wheelchair friendly. Toilets are available, including an accessible toilet. Additionally, baby change facilities are located on site.
The Canning Bridge Community Space is accessible; however, if you have questions regarding accessibility and wayfaring, please contact the City of Melville at 9364 0666 or 1300 635 845 (during business hours) or via firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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, 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.
Please note: We do not offer refunds; however, we do permit re-bookings on a case-by-case basis.
Arts Workshop Protocols
Please note that this is an arts workshop.
Please wear suitable clothing, as the workshop materials may impact your clothes. We encourage you to wear old clothes and/or to bring an arts apron.
We ask that all children under 13 years of age are accompanied by a parent and/or responsible caregiver.
See you there!