about the workshop
The objective of this two-day workshop is to work collectively and individually to produce fun pieces of sculpture using up-cycled materials and found objects. You will be taught basic woodworking and metalwork techniques applied to sculpture.
Participants are asked to source materials prior to commencement of the course starting.
You are required to bring a collection for your own use. The more you have the better your piece will be!
Materials can be sourced from your own property (or check out the tip) timber and light weight metals are preferred. You will also be required to bring some basic tools if possible: cordless drill, hammer, screwdrivers, saw etc.
WHEN: Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 June; 10am-4pm on both days
WHERE: DADAA Lanclein, Wangaree Community Centre, 131 Gingin Road, Lancelin
COST: $100.00 (two-day course) includes light refreshments
Phone: (08) 9655 2808
RSVP: By 31 May as spaces are limited.
sculptures by neil elliott
A collection of sculptures, jigsaw puzzles of wood, meal and found objects given new life with distinctive personalities. An artist for the people with a focus on fun and support for recycling.
Neil is also an artsworker at DADAA Midland.
OPENING COMMUNITY EVENT:
Join us for our ‘opening event’ at 11am on Friday 7 June for an artist talk and morning tea.
Exhibition runs 31 May to 28 June 2019.
Gallery open Tuesday to Friday 10am to 2pm.
In partnership with Art on the Move.
about the event
DADAA invites you to attend the opening of DADAA Lancelin’s annual exhibition of works.
Set Sail represents all artists and a year of work from the studios and includes a variety of mediums.
This year’s exhibition is named after an artwork by Peter Schultz, whose work you can view in the exhibition. The exhibition also coincides with Lancelin’s big wave sailing competition weekend.
Join us for the opening event on Friday 11 January 2019, from 5 – 7pm.
Set Sail is open Tuesdays to Fridays, 10am – 2pm.
Exhibition closes 1 February 2019
Popup Arts – Exhibition
The first exhibition of Popup Arts 2018, resulting from professional artists running inclusive workshops with high school students at the Bullseye Youth Centre and DADAA Midland Studio, comes to Lancelin.
Persona explores issues affecting youth identity, including social media, mental health and bullying.
Popup Arts is an ongoing youth arts project that showcases talent and healthy connections within Western Australian communities.
Exhibition Dates and Times:
20 November – 14 December 2018
Tuesday to Friday 10am–2pm