Ceramics Workshop with artist Kohl Tyler-Dunshea

Join artist Kohl Tyler-Dunshea for a handmade Ceramics Workshop from 14th March, 18th April, and 16th May! Using simple techniques and airdry clay, Kohl will guide participants through a series of exercises for experimenting with ceramics!

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Reef (2022) Stoneware with iron-tinted magnesia and celadon glaze. 160 x 175 x 80mm (W x H x D)

What: Ceramics Workshop with artist Kohl Tyler-Dunshea

When:

Thursday 14th March 1-3pm: RSVP

Thursday 18th April 1-3pm: RSVP

Thursday 16th May 1-3pm: RSVP

Where: Meet at the Arts Lab, Level 1, Arts & Cultural Building, (Building 159) University of Melbourne.

Join artist Kohl Tyler-Dunshea for a handmade Ceramics Workshop! Using simple techniques and airdry clay, Kohl will guide participants through a series of exercises for experimenting with ceramics! 

Kohl Tyler-Dunshea is a visual artist born 1993 in Kawa-Kawa, Aotearoa (New Zealand). Since 2018, she has been based in Naarm (Melbourne) Australia. ​Tyler-Dunshea's art practice is centered in her interest in the ever-changing and complex ecology of the globalised world. She explores the interplay between contemporary society and non-human beings and how these worlds relate to and impact one another. Other threads in her practice include an interest in relational aesthetics theory and an inquiry into the potential impacts of experienced moments of natural phenomena. She works in painting, ceramics, and social practice.

Accessibility is very important at George Paton Gallery and ArtsLab. Please contact us so we can provide you with the right support to participate in this activity.

 
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