IT’S not long now before the lazy, hazy days of the summer holidays sweep us up.
The students at Arts Alive won’t be taking a break instead they are preparing for their ‘End of Year Student Art Exhibition.’
Arts Alive has more than 70 students enrolled in the last term and all will have art displayed at the exhibition.
Director of Arts Alive, Susan Matulich, said that she was amazed at the talent of this year’s students who ages range from five years to over 90.
Susan said that the opening night is a popular annual event and everyone is welcome to come and view the works of the students.
It’s on Friday, December 2 at 6pm in the Arts Alive Studios, 5 Jacaranda Street, East Ipswich.
If you can’t make the opening night, the exhibition will be open on December 3-4 from 10am to 2pm.
For more information about this exhibition contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If your kids are looking for something to do over the Christmas break Arts Alive also offer a Summer Creative Arts Workshops program.
The workshops will run from January 9 to 12. There are two separate programs of stand-alone quality one off workshops available at Arts Alive studios.
One program is for young artists and the other one for teen/adult artists.
The Programs will be released in early December; places are limited so booking is essential.
Cost for the workshops range from only $25 and all art materials included.
Check out Arts Alive website www.artsalive.com.au or on Facebook for further details.