Date: Saturday 4 September 2021, 3.30pm to 5pm
Venue: Online, ZOOM
Assemblage refers to art made by assembling different objects — often everyday items — scavenged by the artist. Despite the simplicity of the idea, assemblage art techniques are much more sophisticated than your ordinary art techniques.
This workshop is designed for teachers, parents, and students who are keen to learn assemblage art techniques and principals of aesthetics. It will also be greatly beneficial for students creating artworks for our recycled art competition to attend, as the use of waste and recycled materials will be discussed in the workshop.
Participants will also be creating their own Assemblage artwork using found objects and materials from home during the workshop. Come join us for a fun and hands-on workshop on Assemblage Art!
Harshita Agarwal is a mixed media artist dealing with the relation between human and nature. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts at LASALLE College of the Arts. Her recent practice involves exploring mixed media textile art to the extent of understanding the tactile properties each material holds. Often driven by her everyday experiences, her works majorly involve mapping, mark-making, and abstraction. Her practice also reflects human dependence on their surroundings and the traces left behind.
Registration will be on a first-come-first-serve basis due to a capacity limit. Please email email@example.com to RSVP. An email with the payment details will be sent to you shortly after. Once your payment is received, you can expect a confirmation email with the meeting ID and password to the workshop.