Workshop 3 hours
Saturday 16 October 2021 - 1.30pm to 4.30pm
Get your hands dirty and create a whimsical air dried bunny ornament!
About the Workshop
These sessions will be an ideal introduction to working with air dry clay and the outcome will be a cute bunny with a unique personality!
Over the course of four hours, you will learn how to create your bunny and add features to give it a character of its own.
You will leave the workshop with a folk art bun, a rustic wooden base, plus the materials and know how to finish it completely.
With simple tools and clay which are readily available, you will have the skills to make...anything!!!
Working with clay is so relaxing, so come along, get your hands dirty and spend an enjoyable afternoon chatting while playing with clay!
Buninyong Town Hall
309 Learmonth Street, Buninyong
All materials supplied
Please refer to the terms & conditions at the bottom of the site for changes to your booking. We have a very strict no changes to booking inside of 7 days policy. You will receive a full refund if government restrictions prevent travel.
LUNCH & COFFEE!
There are several options in walking distance. Please note there is no fridge onsite.
Tea and instant coffee making facilities will be available at the venue.
There is plenty of free parking all over Buninyong within walking distance to all venues.
Only 10 students! Book early!
Please do not attend and contact us straight away to get a refund if you have any cold and flu symptoms and/or have travelled to a COVID hotspot inside of 14 days of the workshop. Our workshop spaces are set up to ensure adequate distancing between students.
SATURDAY 16th OCTOBER
Meet the Artist
Lesley Hale is a performing and visual artist living in her rural haven in Durham Lead, near Buninyong, on a heavenly bit of land with her partner Chris and their lovely cat Murphy. They also have a nice brood of chooks, a noisy goose and an ever growing group of demanding wood ducks. Lesley loves the serenity (Ah! The serenity!), the colours and sounds of the bush which give her so much inspiration.
Lesley loves working with clay, metal and paint. These artistic elements, her garden and her friends feeds her soul!
Visit Lesley's Website