Exhibition opening hours
3-4 July, 10am-3pm
10-11 July, 10am-3pm
We've taken a very loose definition of textiles: 'An interlocking network of materials'.
See some incredible work made with metal, threads, yarns and wood - come visit to see this innovative and eclectic exhibition!
45 Wallace Street, Braidwood
DRAWING THE HUMAN FIGURE
DATE: Sunday 25th July
TIME: 10am – 4pm
FEES: $120 BRAG Members
(incl Model fees and refreshments – BYO lunch)
Numbers limited to 10 people. Please ring Bek on 0410 506 451 to secure your spot.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
During this one-day workshop we will explore the basics of anatomy and proportion as you discover, develop and refine your skills through life drawing. We will investigate ways of seeing such as sight measuring and the importance of negative spaces. We will be working with a range of media and techniques to develop individual drawing and observational skills in this relaxed, instructive and inspiring workshop.
ABOUT THE TUTOR
A scholarship to the National Art School in Sydney began a rewarding and diverse career as an artist and art teacher. Merilyn Rice has been teaching and exhibiting in a variety of subjects and mediums for many decades however her main loves are portraiture and the human figure. She believes that once we grasp “the basics” we are free to strive for breadth of vision by aiming to see the subject as a whole and not just a bit at a time. Merilyn encourages everyone to draw as often as possible - even doodling at odd moments - therefore enabling us to think less about how and more about what we are drawing or painting.
SUGGESTED MATERIALS LIST
Cartridge paper pad or sheets no smaller than A3
Backing board and clips
Kneadable putty rubber
Pure graphite stick 4, 6 or 8/9 B
White pastel and/or white pastel pencil
Nice to have:-
Paper for acrylics and water colour no less than 300gsm for working wet
Assorted brushes round 6, 8, 10
1” varnish (gesso) brushWater soluble pure graphite stick and/or crayons
1 tube water colour (black, payne's grey or sepia)
Water soluble graphite stick
Water soluble oil pastels/crayons
Please ring or text Bek on 0410 506 451 to secure your spot.
LIFE DRAWING SESSIONS
Life Drawing sessions take place once a month on the last Saturday afternoon of the month - bookings are essential as places are limited.
Whether you're a beginner at drawing the human form or are an experienced artist, come along for two hours of drawing.
Bring your own drawing materials and equipment.
$20 per person.
Doors open 4pm, drawing 4.30 - 6.30pm.
Places are strictly limited, you must call or text Bek on 0410 506 451 to book your spot.
YOGA & PILATES
with Sue Lyons
A yoga and pilates combination for strength and rehabilitation.
9am - 10.30am
11.00am - 12.30pm
10am - 11.15am
9am - 10.30am
11.00am - 12.30pm
Call: 0438 381 603
BRAG ARTS CENTRE HIRE
Book one of our beautiful rooms
BRAG's Arts Centre, at 45 Wallace Street Braidwood, is available for hire for:
Meetings, seminars, tutorials
Performances and shows
Regular events such as classes
See below for information on hiring options and to contact us with a query or booking request.
To enquire or book, email email@example.com
or call or text 0419 841 819
IF YOU ARE IN AN ART OR CRAFT GROUP:
If you and some friends meet regularly to work on art or craft projects as a social group (rather than an organised class where participants are actively being taught) BRAG can offer room hire at a reduced rate! Please ask us for a quote!
BRAG is an organisation of more than 130 artists (amateur, emerging, professional), craftspeople, writers, performers, teachers and supporters.
The BRAG Arts Centre, located at 45 Wallace Street in Braidwood, provides a space to gather, learn, exhibit and enjoy.
The Centre is used by the members for BRAG exhibitions and events, and is also available to hire for any purpose -
a pop-up expo, a party,
a one-off performance or a weekly class.
BRAG is a not-for-profit community organisation. All donations go towards improving our facilities and services.
Your donations to our Public Fund are tax-deductible.
The 2019-20 Committee: P. Webber (President),
K. Dominick (Vice President), R. Cavalier (Treasurer),
R. Leggott (Secretary), M. Hickey,
R. Hamilton, H. Haski, A.Burton, J. Lawrence.