Published 25 October 2023, updated 15 November 2023
Shark Bay artist and marine scientist, Sofie Seyah warmly welcomes children and their parents to a fun and engaging beginner's workshop. Through watercolours, we'll delve into storytelling via collections and archives.
Participants are encouraged to bring a cherished collection item or a natural find from their locality, like rocks, seashells, or leaves. Join us for an imaginative adventure!
When: Sunday 7th January, 10:30am - 12:30pm
W here: Bunbury Regional Art Gallery, Studio 2
This is a FREE workshop. Places are limited to 15 young participants.
Registrations are essential.
Children may attend on their own, parents are welcome to stay and participate.
If you are no longer able to make it please refund your ticket so others have opportunity to attend.
About the Artist
Sofie Seyah, a marine scientist turned artist, embarked on her journey in coastal conservation through environmental management, specialising in marine ecosystems. Through her work, Sofie uniquely blends scientific precision with creative expression, reflecting her dual identity as a scientist and artist. Sofie's work tells intricate stories, sharing her deep connection to marine life and her passion for its conservation. Her pieces serve as a call to protect these magnificent creatures, ensuring their beauty endures for future generations.
This workshop is a Bunbury Regional Art Gallery and ART ON THE MOVE collaboration. It is accessible to attendees at no cost thanks to the Regional Exhibition Touring Boost managed by the Department of Local Government Sport and Cultural Industries, supported by Royalties for Regions and delivered by ART ON THE MOVE.