‘Urban Sanctuary’ Children’s Printmaking Project
Children’s Printmaking Workshops
Date: Nov 7 – Nov 7Space: Workshop
Sign up and give your children the opportunity to discover printmaking as an art form, tutored by the friendly and experienced printmakers of the Hawke’s Bay Inkers, and then see it on show!
We will be using found natural materials, the sort of thing that can be discovered when exploring the local parks and recreational areas, so bring some with you!
The children’s completed creative works will be exhibited at CAN for 2 weeks as part of the ‘Urban Sanctuary’ exhibition from Friday 13 November.
Where: Creative Arts Napier Workshop
Age: 5 years up
Time: 2 sessions, morning and afternoon
10.30am – 12.00pm or 1.30pm – 3.00pm
Cost: $5.00 per child
To Book: Contact email@example.com or call 06 835 9448
Pre-payment will confirm your booking. Numbers are limited, so book early! If you wish to pay online, please request our bank details by email, and pay using your surname with the reference RE2027.
Printmaking Exhibition at CAN; Urban Sanctuary 13-26 November 2020
Enjoy a combination of Hawke’s Bay Inkers members work related to the theme, based on site visits to the Botanical Gardens, in the CAN Main Gallery, displayed with work made by the children attending the workshops on Saturday 7 November. The opening of the exhibition will be celebrated on Friday 13 November, 5-7pm with an open invitation to all.
The Great Botanical Garden Hunt; Sunday 8 November 11am – 2pm
Join the Hawke’s Bay Inkers for a drop-in experience that the whole family can share, on Sunday 8 November 11am – 2pm at the Botanical Gardens in Napier. Each family member will be given a kit that contains a ‘meander map book’ and simple drawing materials. Using the meander map book as a guide you can discover the Botanical Gardens by following the clues at the top of each page, followed by a fun art activity. Explore a wide range of areas within the gardens, make rubbings, have fun with your family and collect natural materials to complete the books. Cost: FREE.
All of the above events are generously supported by the Napier Creative Communities Scheme.