Get creative at winter workshops
Have you thought about unleashing the hidden artist within you? Developing your creativity? If so, then a Mangawhai Artists winter workshop is just what you need. And it's great fun.
Here in Magical Mangawhai we have been spoilt with many bright sunny days and now, as the chilly weather sets in, is the time for winter workshops.
Unleash your creativity and have a go at some art – tutors are experienced and there is something for all levels. Beginners will be supported and the more confident will be encouraged and supported to expand.
There’s plenty to tempt artists of all types: Lino printing and clay with tutor Nicola Everett, felt wool pictures and playing with colour using beeswax crayons and citrus turps with Christine Moginie, painting workshops with tutor Elena Nikolaeva, workshops on how to develop your ideas, an introduction to silver clay, quilling and paper filigree, digital drawing and more.
“It’s important to book as soon as possible because some workshops are filling up fast,” says Mangawhai Artists learning coordinator Raewyn Vague. “Each workshop has a limited number of places to make sure every participant has a good experience. The downside is that without the number of participants being reached some workshops will be cancelled.”
Email Raewyn for more information, email@example.com, or winter workshops are listed online at mangawhaiartists.co.nz/learn-with-us. There’s lots to choose from – a calendar of events, list of tutors and workshops. Each workshop has information at the end on how to book. Workshops are scheduled to start June 24.