Weekly Friday Morning Tutored Workshop – All Media

Snapshot of a typical Friday Workshop (circa 2017).

What the Workshop Covers

Friday art tutors Mark Brose (on left) and Rolf Sieber (on right). Mark (in his role as president) is shown here presenting Rolf with first prize in the miniatures section of the Dec 2020 Monthly Members Exhibition – Miniatures and Small Paintings for his work “Sunset at Mornington”.

The Friday Weekly Workshop is a tutored workshop covering 2D art (painting and drawing).

Mark Brose is the pastel tutor and Rolf Sieber tutors all other media.

Tables, chairs and full size easels are provided but all other equipment needs to be supplied by the artist. Artists work on their own projects and the tutors come around and discuss and assist. Friday workshops are not conducted as a class but rather as a mentoring session with the tutors. Other artists in the class will also assist and discuss art as well of course.

If you are a new artist and have just been dabbling please do not be put off. Come in with whatever you have been working with and mention to the tutors that you are a newbie and they will point you in the right direction.

Attendance Requirements

Friday All Media tutor Rolf Sieber pointing something out to workshop attendee Aspacia Poteri

Any adult (18 years or over) member of the public or member of the art society can attend this workshop.

This workshop runs from 9 am to 12 noon every Friday (apart from year end break and occasional closures (e.g. building maintenance) – see our weekly program or homepage for details of closures).

This workshop is held in the workshop area of the Gallery 5 building located at 5 Sandy St, Urangan Qld.

The cost of workshop is $7 for art society members and $10 for non-members.

No pre-booking is required – simply show up with your art equipment and fee and you can join in the workshop.

There is normally morning tea taken mid morning. Coffee, tea, milk, sugar, biscuits and crockery is provided and covered by the cost of the workshop.

Gallery 5 is currently operating under a COVID Safe Plan. Read More>

First Time Attending

It can be a bit daunting showing up cold to an art workshop – especially if you are interested in painting but haven’t done much. An easy way is to show up one Friday morning (sans equipment) and check out the facilities for yourself. Have a look around the gallery and workshop and have a talk to the tutors or reception and see what is involved and if it is for you.

If you are interested in art and have time to pursue it – don’t put it off – come and join in – attend the workshops and hopefully join as a member.

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