Trash Creatures
with Yvette Ten-Bohmer
Starts 11th Dec '21
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
$5.00 1 Class      


Starts 11th Dec '21

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
$5.00 1 Class      

Be quick only 2 spots left!

Join Yvette Ten-Bohmer for an afternoon of getting messy and creative making Trash Creatures from recycled materials. In this workshop, you'll be given a load of unloved rubbish to play with and create new found beauty:) Yvette will step you through the creative process of idea bombing, sketching your creature and fully forming your Trash Creature in 3D using materials supplied. There's so much fun, problem-solving and creativity to be found, giving new purpose to old, unwanted, waste materials.

This event is part of the Hamilton 150 year celebrations! Following on from this workshop there'll be activities at Gregson Park. You can take your Trash Creatures to the park and enjoy performances from 'Curious Legends', live music offerings and mini-festival vibes.

This workshop is suitable for ages 6+

We thank the City of Newcastle and the Port of Newcastle for their generous support.

About Yvette Ten-Bohmer
About Yvette Ten-Bohmer
Growing up in Newcastle, Yvette completed an Advanced Diploma of Fine Arts at Newcastle Art School. Yvette found this course to be just the beginning of her life passion in exploring creative expression through the study of the human form. Yvette went on to study a BA Fine Arts at the National Art School, Sydney. Upon completing her studies Yvette has continued to work as an artist, exhibiting regularly in Sydney and Melbourne and also working as a teacher, inspiring students to seek their own creative expression. In 2011 Yvette won the prestigious John Olsen Prize for Life Drawing.

Workshop Schedule

This is a community event to be held on Saturday afternoon, 11th December as part of the Hamilton 150 year celebrations.

What to bring
Water bottle and snacks if required
Your creative self (and a friend or family member or two if you like!)
About Yvette Ten-Bohmer
About Yvette Ten-Bohmer
Growing up in Newcastle, Yvette completed an Advanced Diploma of Fine Arts at Newcastle Art School. Yvette found this course to be just the beginning of her life passion in exploring creative expression through the study of the human form. Yvette went on to study a BA Fine Arts at the National Art School, Sydney. Upon completing her studies Yvette has continued to work as an artist, exhibiting regularly in Sydney and Melbourne and also working as a teacher, inspiring students to seek their own creative expression. In 2011 Yvette won the prestigious John Olsen Prize for Life Drawing.
About Yvette Ten-Bohmer
Growing up in Newcastle, Yvette completed an Advanced Diploma of Fine Arts at Newcastle Art School. Yvette found this course to be just the beginning of her life passion in exploring creative expression through the study of the human form. Yvette went on to study a BA Fine Arts at the National Art School, Sydney. Upon completing her studies Yvette has continued to work as an artist, exhibiting regularly in Sydney and Melbourne and also working as a teacher, inspiring students to seek their own creative expression. In 2011 Yvette won the prestigious John Olsen Prize for Life Drawing.
  • Trash becomes treasure...
  • Imagination is the limit!
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