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Illustrate with Gabriel Evans - Workshop

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State Library of Western Australia

Great Southern Room 4th Floor

25 Francis Street

Perth, WA 6000

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Learn how to illustrate with Gabriel Evans, WA picture book author and illustrator. This virtual workshop includes art making and Q&A.

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Please note this session has sold out. An additional session has been added on Wednesday 13 April at 10:30am.

Learn how to illustrate with Gabriel Evans, Western Australian picture book author and illustrator. Gabriel will be broadcast live into the State Library of WA from his studio. He will guide participants through creating characters, provide artistic tips and tricks and conduct a live demonstration. This workshop includes art making and a virtual Q&A.

This virtual workshop is held in conjunction with the Perfectly Posh! exhibition on at the State Library from 4 February – 18 April 2022.

Gabriel Evans has published with some of Australia’s loved publishers including Penguin Australia, Hardie Grant Egmont, Scholastic and Walker Books. His recent titles include A Human for Kingsley and Norton and the Bear. Gabriel Evans will guide participants through creating characters, provide artistic tips and tricks and conduct a live demonstration.

A Perfectly Posh Pink Afternoon Tea is written by Coral Vass with illustrations by Gabriel Evans. (Published by Koala Books, 2017).


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For the benefit of all Western Australians, the State Library: treasures the stories of Western Australia; champions literacy and learning; cultivates creative ideas; and leads the development of the Western Australian public library network. 

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