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2020 has been a challenging year for students and teachers alike!

However, with the enduring support of the North Sydney Arts and Culture Program, we are, once again, able to showcase our beautiful student’s works from the 1st of October  – 26th  of October 2020 at the InTransit Art Space in North Sydney Council Chambers 200 Miller street North Sydney.

Art Box Workshops 2020 student exhibition is a combination of artworks created during our studio and online art classes.
We worked hard to make sure that our students were not going to miss out on art experiences and, still following our curriculum, we produced a series of online classes for our students. This exhibition showcases both our studio classes and online classes.

Artworks created at our studio
Term one art classes – fundamentals of drawing and painting.

paintings of shells at art box workshops “Seashells”, watercolour on paper. by  6 – 8-year-old students and 9 -12-year-old students.

“Still Life of Fruit”, acrylic paint on canvas. by students 9 – 12 years old, from our Wednesday and Thursday afternoon class
“Still Life with glass and fruit. By Robbie. M, from our Saturday morning class for teenagers 

At the beginning of each year, we offer art classes on the fundamentals of drawing and painting still life; Our young students gain the confidence to sketch and draw objects, they also learning about composition and how to paint in watercolour and acrylic paints. 

Online art classes

Artworks created at art box workshops
Online artworks created at home by students 5 – 11 years old. Easter School Holidays and term two art classes.
We had over a hundred students join our online art classes this year. After the devastating summer bushfires, I focused our online art classes on threatened species of NSW. 

Thank you for the support of our creative community in North Sydney and our online creative community throughout Australia.

Creatively yours

Julia Sawicki
Co-Founder of Art Box Workshops