Bridge Media Intensives with Robert Mangion
Footscray Community Arts Centre is pleased to offer Bridge Media Intensives, a series of half day workshops designed to offer a pathway into visual arts through a methodical development of cross media skills and knowledge.
- Develop skills in a variety of mediums
- Create works of art in a variety of media.
- Undertake creative interests with greater understanding of cultural influences on your own development.
- Make reflective critiques and judgement about your own and others’ artwork.
- Acquire knowledge of the artistic community.
- Take steps towards a tertiary arts education.
These intensives will provide students with the background and confidence to apply for further education courses such as the Certificate III in Visual Art and beyond. They are also designed to support the development of the artist’s identity as an emerging creative artist.
Areas of Study:
- Painting and drawing
- 3D studies
- Digital media / Performance
- Theory and culture studies
These subjects are designed to facilitate broad understanding, skills, and action together with underlying and comprehensive knowledge. They encourage creativity and reflective engagement in contemporary arts practice.
WHEN: Saturdays, 29 April – 3 June, 11am – 2pm
VENUE: FCAC Visual Arts studio
COST: $300 full / $260 concession (6 sessions)
MATERIALS: Materials are not provided.
A comprehensive material list will be provided to each student.
About FCAC Tutor: Robert Mangion
Robert is a Melbourne based artist currently undertaking a PhD at RMIT University. His research explores relational psychoanalytical theory and collaborative art practice. He has extensive background experience in developing workshops and accredited courses across a range of fine arts discipline areas including history, theory, drawing, mixed media, painting, sculpture, video and sound.
Presented as part of FCAC’s Arts Learning program
1. Wendy Ewert ‘White Elephants I’
2. Picture of student Brian Terrence at work
3. Casy Lamb “City” 2010
4. Carmen Kelly, “Untitled” 2009