THE YARRAGON Public Hall will host an array of art workshops for the Creative Yarragon Arts Festival on 16 and 17 May.
First published in the 24 April 2015 edition of the Warragul & Baw Baw Citizen.
The weekend will include more than 18 different classes over several mediums including charcoal, alpaca fur and airbrushing.
A representative of the festival said anyone with an interest in art can attend and participate.
The workshops are suitable for adults, with children over 10 with an interest in learning artistic techniques encouraged to come along and give it a go.
The workshops will cater to all skill levels and attempt to inspire all members of the community to realise their creative side.
The festival will also be a place to see art being created and to showcase the creative talent of the region.
Demonstrations in watercolour, airbrushing and scratchboarding will be made by local artists Lois Brown, Sue Osborne and Nola Clark across the weekend.
Representatives of French-based paper company Canson will conduct a workshop on paper art.
For those who want to quench their thirst of a different art, the opportunity to brew or distil your own artisan beer is also available over the weekend at the Yarragon Ale House.
The Trafalgar Holden Museum will also be open to the public from 10.00 until 17.00.
The festival named “…The Full Spectrum” will also open on both days from 10.00 to 16.30.
Entry costs $15 with an extra $10 for each one-hour workshop.
For more information, contact Tritec Art Supplies on 5634 2044 or Nickelby at Darnum on 5627 8121.
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