Unlock your creative potential at this informative practical workshop with professional artist Susan Mabin.
Susan will present an interactive one day workshop that will give you a basic overview of the artistic process. You will leave with a ‘toolkit’ that will guide you further in your creative practice.
This one day course will be jam-packed with advice and practical knowledge to take away with you, and immediately apply what you have learned! This workshop is suitable for any artist; beginners or not – there is always something new to learn about the business of being a creative.
Some of the topics covered will include:
- Where to look for inspiration
- Generating and developing ideas
- Learning how to ‘play’ with materials
- How to use a workbook
- How to present your work for exhibition
- Susan will also give a short presentation of her own practice, and show some images of her work.
To book: Contact email@example.com or 06 835 9448. Payment confirms booking.
Early booking is recommended! Numbers are limited.
Susan Mabin is a multimedia artist working in installation, sculpture, painting and photography. Susan graduated from Eastern Institute of Technology in 2018 with a Master of Professional Creative Practice, having completed a post graduate diploma in 2016.
Susan has been a finalist in the NZ National Contemporary Art Award in 2016 and 2017, the Molly Morpeth 3D Canaday Award and the Adam Portraiture Award in 2018, and the Molly Morpeth Canaday Painting and Drawing award in 2019.
She has work in private collections, including The Wallace Arts Trust. Susan has exhibited at Wildflower Sculpture Exhibition in Hawkes Bay in 2016, New Zealand Sculpture on Shore in 2014 and 2018 and the Hastings City Art Gallery in 2018.
Susan Mabin lives in Hastings, Hawkes Bay.
Phone: 06 835 9448
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