Live Online Botanical Workshop with Bealtaine Festival: In(ter)dependence

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Online, Thursday 13th May

Meet artist Ida Mitrani for a drawing workshop based around concepts and theories of plant culture in the current environmental crisis. Ida will get you thinking about the in(ter)dependence between humans, plants and the overconsumption of synthetic materials. Through a series of quick, practical demonstrations on accurate plant representation and colour chart preparation, you will create your own hybrid plant using recycled materials combined with collage and mixed media.

This workshop is designed specifically for older adults.

Works of art will be provided in an email to registered participants 1–2 days in advance.


Date:
Thursday 13th May
Time:
4.00pm
Price:
Free

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