OSCA is continuing its series of 2day skills development workshops for young, emerging and established artists / creatives practitioners.

NEXT WORKSHOP: Transforming Everyday Sites – The Low Down / Onkaparinga /  24 and 25 May

This workshop, led by OSCA AD Paul Gazzola alongside a leading SA arts professional (tbc), offer participants practical and creative skills in the creation and development of site-based art and placemaking projects, as well as skills in how to increase your grant writing abilities. The workshop is also an opportunity to connect with peers and like-minded colleagues in development of one’s individual and collective practises. A special focus of this workshop will be several sites in the City of Onkaparinga including Good Bank in McLaren Vale and the Port Noarlunga precinct.

Location: Port Noarlunga Arts Centre, 22 Gawler St, Port Noarlunga SA 5167

Time: 10 – 3pm

Bookings HERE

Cost: $5 booking fee

NB: Participants will be offered a daily per diem for their attendance.

This project has been made possible by a City of Onkaparinga Supporting Local Artist grant 2021-22

 

 

2021 workshops – Port Adelaide
17 June @ Post Office Projects
23 &24 June @ The Lights Community and Recreation Centre

Transforming Everyday Sites – Site Based Art Practices: The Low Down professional and skills development workshops, provide an opportunity for young, emerging and established artists and art workers across the PAEC region to:

  • Gain a wide range of practical skills and new understandings in developing site-based art and placemaking projects
  • Connect with peers and like-minded colleagues to further support the development of their individual and collective practises.

Led by OSCA Artistic Director, Paul Gazzola and artist Laura Wills.

Paul Gazzola has been creating, organising and managing projects in Australia and internationally for over 25 years that explore the potential of local situations and their understandings. https://paulgazzola.org/

Laura Wills works across the discipline of drawing through paint, mapping, installation, and projected light drawing for live performances. She has also created a number of significant permanent public art works in South Australia. www.laurawills.com.au/