Assemblage Soft Sculpture Workshop with Nalda Searles & Todd Israel

Workshop

Head down to Fremantle’s sunny West End to visit the beachside exhibition, create soft sculptures with leading artists, and learn the perspectives behind a Sculpture at Bathers artwork.

WHEN: 11AM - 4.30PM, Saturday 5 March
WHERE: Artsource, 8 Phillimore Street, Fremantle 
COST: Artsource member - $98, non-member - $119 (includes lunch)

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Join Sculpture at Bathers 2022 artists Nalda Searles and Todd Israel for their Assemblage Soft Sculpture workshop this summer!
 
Head down to Fremantle’s sunny West End to visit the beachside exhibition, create soft sculptures with leading artists, and learn the perspectives behind a Sculpture at Bathers artwork.

  • WHERE: Artsource, 8 Phillimore Street, Fremantle - 5 minute walk or 2 minute drive from Bathers Beach
  • WHEN: 11am – 4.30pm, Saturday 5 March
  • COST: Artsource member - $98, non-member - $119 (includes lunch)
  • MATERIALS: Provided. Guests encouraged to bring shells, bones, beach finds, beads, brooches, buttons, necklaces, pencil, and notebook.
  • AGES: 13+. Parents encouraged to sit separately from children to foster independent creativity.

 
Please note this workshop will take place on the third floor of a heritage listed building, and is accessible only via stairs.

Todd Israel has been a practising fibre artist since the mid-nineties. As both an artist ad elite athlete ha straddles a delicate position. The form of athleticism fascinates hum and his long term intention is to fully explore the body dynamics of motion in various stages.

Nalda Searles is a senior West Australian fibre textile artist with a history as a maker and a teacher spanning 4 decades. Her most recent exhibition held at Mundaring Arts Centre attracted a large viewing audience and contained 50 pieces of both new and previous works. She has moved into recycled clothing and object making.

MORE WORKSHOPS:
Crocheting in 3D with Mikaela Casteldine
Nyoongar Fibre Creatures with Sharyn Egan
 
This event would not be possible without the support of the RISE (Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand) Fund.