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My name's Adele. I’m a graphic designer with a strong interest in branding and design for the arts and culture sector, who is passionate about promoting community, not commodity.
I've collaborated with clients ranging from small businesses to fashion brands to major arts organisations.
My design embraces bright colours and eccentric type to create bold and edgy, yet accessible and fun outcomes.
Go ahead, check me out.
Here at Art Parts Fine Arts Supplies, our team carefully curates a range of top quality and great value art supplies for students, amateurs and professional artists. Our creative workshops, held in our Gallery space, are run by experienced, high calibre artists ranging through all different mediums and experience levels.
Art Starts Here is a creative workshop and facilitation business run by artist, Kylie Biltris.
With a focus on creating tailor-made experiences, Art Starts Here offers a range of mediums including mosaic, sculpture, resin, alcohol ink, polymer clay, macrame, and silk scarf marbling.
Kylie's expertise in working with diverse groups of people and her ability to communicate and inspire make her a great teacher and enabler.
She has worked on projects for councils, funded initiatives, schools, aged care, women's groups, and more.
Whether it's a private group, function, or staff development day, Art Starts Here provides a unique and engaging experience, requiring no previous skill or natural talent.
Some of the organisations Kylie has collaborated with include:
Regional Art Victoria, Shire of Towong, City of Albury, Wagga Wagga & Wodonga, Tallangatta Health Services, Gateway Health, local Neighbourhood Houses, and the Country Women's Association.
These partnerships have provided opportunities to create inspiring art projects in various settings and have proven effective in promoting creativity and fostering a sense of connection and wellbeing.
Contact Kylie to have a conversation about how we can help you to realise an arts project for your group, school or community.
BNG Learning is a collaborative organisation that cultivates community and social cohesion through broad creative arts projects, educational opportunities, ethical partnerships and events.
Community + Connection + Education + Arts
Arts driven workshops, programs and experiences.
Connection and wellbeing through creative arts projects and events.
Creative mentoring, partnerships and inspiration.
Breaking New Ground (BNG) can lead you or your organisation to identify and reflect on situations related to learning, mentoring, community engagement and arts based practice. Research and evaluation are an integral part of the BNG philosophy. We engage people by providing bespoke, sustainable and creative professional learning, from early years through to adult, large corporates as well as small enterprises. BNG works alongside educators, schools and community groups to match experts with specific requirements.
By engaging in the creative process, people develop an enduring love of learning. As individuals and groups discover their ability for creative thinking and problem-posing and solving, they can blossom, become self-motivated, gain knowledge, confidence and stretch themselves.
Why not get in contact with us and see what we can create M+C
Chris is a professional and community theatre practitioner with a passion for suicide prevention. He has worked in all areas of the performing arts as producer, director, performer, and stage manager.
Chris' current theatre practice has a suicide prevention focus. He has directed and performed in Carpe Diem, a play about men's mental health, which has toured to over 120 locations in regional and remote Australia.
Chris has also played a variety of other roles, including Antonio Salieri in Amadeus, P.T. Barnum in Barnum, Cliff in Cabaret, and The Baker in Into the Woods. He has directed the Opening of the Shearers Hall of Fame, the Bonegilla Migrant Experience multicultural festival, and the opening festival for the Albury Library Museum.
Chris' backstage experience is extensive. He has been Stage Manager and Student Crew Mentor on Mulan, Guys and Dolls, and Beauty and the Beast for Murray High School, Assistant Stage Manager on Addams Family with Centre Stage Event Company, and Backstage Manager on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with Revolution Theatre Productions.
In addition to his work in theatre, Chris is also a talented singer and musician. He has been a soloist at the Albury Carols and has co-directed and music directed Wind in the Willows for Murray High School and RTP.
Chris is a passionate advocate for suicide prevention and his work in the theatre is a powerful way to raise awareness of this important issue.
I explore notions of hybridity through sculpture, ceramics, painting, installation and moving image. I am interested in the abject, hybrid and monstrous body. My work delves into the body as material, polyphonic voice and relational multiplicities embedded in cultural and environmental ecosystems. In these times of ecological crisis, I seek to rupture perceptions of a distinct individual self, and question notions of the defined. Unearthing obscured stories, my practice provokes conversation about cultural, political, and societal transformation.
Through materials and process, I reach into the mythologies and symbolic languages of my mixed eastern and western cultural heritage to explore transformation. Drawing on science, ecology and imagination, I incorporate personal biographies and cross-cultural mythologies of decay, ritual and regeneration into chimeric conglomerations and hybrid beings. With my mixed Anglo-Indian-Australian and culturally Deaf heritages, as a hearing, bilingual (Auslan-English) artist, I consider how hyphenated ways of being may queer dominant paradigms and give rise to potential new narratives.
I create commissioned private and public artwork, produce exhibitions and offer writing services.
I believe being creative in life brings out your childlike inspirations, so you can be the best version of yourself and find joy in everyday life.
That’s why I have spent years researching creative women and integrating their proven tools to support you on your creative, second journey in life.
Which means you can join me for an introductory two-hour creativity workshop, so you can rekindle your creative spark, while connecting with like-minded women in a supportive and relaxed environment.
Frank Prem has been a storytelling poet and writer for around fifty years. He has been published in magazines, e-zines and anthologies, in Australia and in a number of other countries, and has both performed and recorded his work as ‘spoken word’.
In recent years Frank has added Book design and Layout, Picture-Poetry and Fine Art Photography to his skillset.
Frank has now published twenty collections of free verse poetry internationally, including memoir, true life stories, literary interpretation, picture poetry and books suitable for young children.
He and his wife live in the beautiful township of Beechworth in northeast Victoria (Australia).
Kirrily Anderson is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Chiltern. The primary focus of her creative practice is a blend of bold murals and delicate ink and watercolour works on paper, with the common them of nature running through these two different art forms.
With a background in graphic design and street art, Kirrily’s current practice has been heavily informed by her surrounds in North East Victoria after moving from Melbourne in 2017. She has received a number of art awards and completed over 20 murals in the region in this time.
Past projects include working with community, schools, government organisations, small businesses and private collectors. Clients include Wodonga Council, Albury City Council, DWELP, Ritz-Carlton Melbourne, Caulfield Grammar, Yackandandah Primary School, Falls Creek Child Care, James & Co Rutherglen and Bridge Road Brewers.
Kirrily has a passion for art as a means of connection and conversation and to promote a slower pace. She continues to explore these themes in her work following a number of projects in bushfire recovery zones since 2020. For more details visit her website or social pages.
Leanne Murphy offers:
* Community music, ukulele and singing events
* Songwriting for community
* Women's creative retreats
* Sheet music publishing assistance
* A.Mus.A. Piano
* Adv. Dip. Myotherapy
* Cert IV Fitness (personal training)
* First Aid
* Working With Children Victoria
Performing arts workshops can include:
Singing in 2-4 part harmony, songwriting for community, singalong ukulele, beginner tin whistle, melody composition, creating your own sheet music with free software, helpful music theory and sight singing, basic multitrack recording on your phone, some forms of puppetry construction, putting on a variety show.
Other teaching workshops include:
Roll & Release: foam rolling for body harmony
Performance Strength: fundamental exercises for busy artists
Keep Your Mouth Shut: the many benefits of nose-breathing for health
I am a trade trained jeweller and my work reflects the relationships between jewellery and the human form and it investigates the dynamic connection between adornment, creative expression, daily rituals and embedded memory. The objects are to be worn and enjoyed, uniting the maker, the wearer and the viewer. I offer workshops at my home studio for up to 6 participants and have run workshops in remote locations teaching the basics of jewellery making. Commissions are always welcome and I am passionate about recycling your old items into new wearable pieces that still hold all the emotional and sentimental meaning to the owner.
I am an artist, designer and tutor working in hand crafted lettering design, Celtic art, drawing, painting and mixed media works on paper, canvas and glassware. I am also experimenting with printmaking, pyrography, engraving & decorating gourds.
I have 30+ years of creating commission pieces for individuals, groups and councils.
I work solo, in collaborations and with groups of other artists in both similar and different genres of art.
I teach online art students in my weekly classes, with 30+ years of sharing my skills, knowledge and creative approach.
I welcome new and different commissions with excitement at every new challenge.
MRFM aims to make the live performance of Classical music accessible to regional country communities. We are open to incorporating top-level artists who perform in other styles, as well as Classical. Our goal is to provide a quality experience for regional audiences that would normally only be the privilege of city dwellers. MRFM facilitates workshops and masterclasses for regional students alongside each event.
At MYPA we have an excellent team of experienced and qualified dance teachers, together offering a variety of dance classes from ages 2-adults within a welcoming and inclusive environment. Students can study classical ballet, jazz, tap, musical theatre, dance acro, hiphop, silver swans, contemporary and lyrical
Pinky is a bubbly local artist who enjoys delivery workshops to her community based on her broad range of artistic practices. She is an Illustrator, Potter and textile artist who finds joy in combining mediums and techniques to create interesting works with sustainability always in her mind. Harnessing botanical colour across a range of mediums is also a continuous theme in her work. Pinky is a little Neuro-spicy and really loves to deliver artistic projects that benefit students and community members with disabilities. Currently, her time is divided neatly between creating ceramics in her home studio, teaching creative workshops and illustration work.
I paint portraits, landscapes and nature scenes on canvas from photos. I enjoy playing with colour, texture and composition to convey emotion and personality with every piece. Commissions are welcome.
I create large metal sculptures from sheet metal and figurative pieces from scrap metal. No two pieces are the same.
Creating brings me joy and I love being immersed in the process.
I also occasionally facilitate art workshops which are a lot of fun and you get to take home you're own artwork.
Go to my Facebook or Insta pages at Rachel Braybon Art to check out my body of work.
Please contact me via social media if you wish to discuss a commission piece or be part of my next workshop.
Silvereye Press is a printmaking studio for collaborative projects, artist services and workshops.
Established by artist and printmaker, Kasia Fabijańska, the studio has facilities for intaglio and relief printing, it is a place for collaborative or commissioned projects, artists’ services such as editioning, and workshops. The studio is located on the Murray River in Albury, N.S.W. and operates on a flexible, appointment only basis.
If you are seeking to produce a print with a printmaker, learn traditional etching, or have a project idea to discuss, have a look at the Silvereye Press website and get in touch through the contact form or sign up to the newsletter.