Workshop is a vital aspect as it becomes a crucial part of our installation.Slow Art Collective works with a wide range of people regardless the age, gender, race.We have worked in numbers of places including National Gallery of Victoria, Artplay, Castlemaine Festival and Fun 4 kids festival in Warnnambool Art Gallery.
Monday, November 22, 2010
Four Seasons with Slow Art Collective : public workshop @Artplay 2011
The 4th workshop, held during National Recycling Week, was opened to the public and comprised of a sample from each of the previous workshops.
As part of the Slow Art Collective's Four Seasons workshops, participants created their own personal mandalas and collaborated on a large-scale floor-based mandala that utilised an assortment of colourful salvaged plastics. Like a large Tibetan sand mandala, the work developed over time and was non-permanent. The process and the development of the work being as important as the finished piece.
Held at ArtPlay in mid-November 2010, these workshops introduced participants into activities like drawing, sculpting and creating a large-scale installation that follow the methodologies of the Slow Art Colllective. Children utilised recycled materials to create temporary works that explored the forms and structures of circles and triangles.