Eve Howard

Bird making ceramic workshop with Eve Howard


Join Eve Howard, ceramic sculptor, for a 3 hour workshop, where you will have the opportunity to make your own albatross or bird of your choice. All materials will be supplied on the day. Workshop includes approximately 2 hours of making your bird sculpture, followed by an hour of painting your finished bird. Eve will take your bird sculpture to her studio where she will dry and fire them. Three weeks later your finished bird will be waiting for you at Wild Island Gallery for collection. The workshop is suitable for complete beginners and children over 12. Just bring along your creativity, enthusiasm….. and an apron.
Bookings are limited to 10 people so get in quickly to avoid missing out.
Date: Sunday 24 July
Time: 10am – 1pm
Cost: $75pp
Morning tea will also be provided.

 This event is SOLD OUT. Please contact us for another potential workshop the following Sunday.

Albatross: The world of Tasmania’s mysterious shy albatross

DSC02877Photographer Matt Newton with Scientist Dr Rachael Alderman and Ceramicist Eve Howard 

Opening 5.30pm 8 July – Continuing until 2 August

Wild Island is excited to showcase photographer Matthew Newton’s and ceramicist Eve Howard’s artistic response to a unique Tasmanian species, and present scientific knowledge and perspectives from the dedicated biologists working to understand and protect this iconic species. This exhibition highlights what can be achieved when art and science work together to communicate for a cause. The aim of the ‘Albatross’ exhibition is to raise awareness and understanding of Tasmania’s own albatross. Through the sharing of our knowledge and our artistic perspectives of the species, it is hoped that the exhibition’s audience become advocates for the Shy Albatross and active supporters of conservation efforts.

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