Hands on Watercolour Painting Masterclass

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Hands on Watercolour Painting Masterclass with Iltja Ntjarra Many Hands Art Centre

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Hands on Watercolour Painting: watercolour painting Masterclass with Iltja Ntjarra Many Hands Art Centre

This Masterclass, is a rare and coveted opportunity for members of the public to paint alongside the artists - learning, absorbing and practicing their approach. Join acclaimed artists from Iltja Ntjarra Art Centre, in a watercolour landscape Masterclass. Learn how to paint the beautiful desert sky, the MacDonnell Ranges, and the iconic white gumtrees. By the end of the masterclass you will have your own work on paper in watercolour.

Using the ‘Zoom’ video conferencing tool, painters will sit with participants and paint with them, talking and offering advice in a quiet, informal setting. This is an immersive workshop process, directive is often gentle, mostly the artists lead the class by letting participants observe them paint.

Participants will receive a sheet of watercolour paper, brushes and a set of watercolour paints. They will be encouraged to attempt their own landscape painting.

Once you have purchased your ticket, the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation will send your 'follow along supply kit', containing everything you will need to participate and create your own stunning landscape painting!

Please note, that many of our presenters and performers live in some of the most remote regions in Australia and don’t share the internet or mobile capability and speed that many enjoy in the city. Please be patient. DAAFF takes no responsibility for the internet capacity of our presenters or our participants.

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Organiser Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation Ltd

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Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation exists to provide vibrant and exciting platforms for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and culture with a reputation for innovation, diversity and cultural integrity. The foundation’s mission is to plan, promote and run an annual Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair and related activities that:

 

  • Encourages the production of Aboriginal arts (including visual arts, dance, music, storytelling and culture); 
  • Encourages and assists with the promotion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art in an ethical environment; 
  • Encourages and assists with professional development opportunities and promotion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and arts workers in a broad range of artistic activities;
  • Attracts financial support and economic benefits to support the promotion of Art Centres and their communities; and
  • Contributes to the cultural aspirations of the Art Centres.

 

The Foundation was established in March 2012, meaning that the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair is owned and operated by the Art Centres it represents. The foundation is proud to support over 70 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Centres and Indigenous peak bodies from across Australia.

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