WORKSHOPS: HOME SCHOOL: LETTING OFF STEAM
10 May 2017 - 10 Jun 2017 | 10.30am - 12.30pmBook Tickets
Wednesdays | 10, 24 May; 7, 14 & 28 June | 10.30am - 12.30pm | $100 for 5 (2 hour) sessions | Ages 6-9 | All materials included
Letting off S.T.E.A.M is an inclusive art and science program at Casula Powerhouse for 6-9-year-olds. Over five two-hour sessions within CPAC’s rich visual environment, this course will provide younger children with innovative ways to examine connections between art making, the sciences and art history. So come and let your children let off some S.T.E.A.M throughout 2017.
Week 1 | SCIENCE:
Blow up Balloons with vinegar and baking soda + Jeff Koons
Elephant toothpaste + Takashi Murakami
Week 2 | TECHNOLOGY:
Marcel Duchamp + Wobblebot
Happy Maps Coding + Treasure Island maps
Week 3 | ENGINEERING:
Balloon Rocket + Frank Malina
Build a small city + Hausmann
Week 4 | ART:
Painted portraits with sticks + Marlene Dumas
Turkish hand prints + Islamic Art
Week 5 | MATHS:
String Art + Geometry
Cubism paintings + Shapes
BOOK WITH THE AFTERNOON SESSION, CLAY TOGETHER + MAGIC CIRCUS, FOR A COMBINED PRICE OF $180 (A 10% DISCOUNT) - CALL THE BOX OFFICE AT (02) 9824 1121 TO BOOK.
This workshop will be led by Cayn Rosmarin, a visual arts educator with experience in both museum and school environments. She has experience and expertise in a diverse range of arts – drawing, painting, sculpture, and printmaking. She is currently completing her Masters in Museum and Heritage studies at the University of Sydney. Previously, she completed a Bachelor of Art Education, majoring in Photomedia at UNSW Art and Design school (previously College of Fine Arts). Driving her educational practice is the integration of cross-curricula subject material. She believes in igniting students’ passion and excitement for their learning through engagement with the arts.
Duration2 hours (5 sessions)
Ages6 - 9
Phone02 9824 1121
WORKSHOPS: ART CLUB (8-12)
24 Jan 2018
10.00am - 3.00pm
Explore different materials and ways of thinking about the world.