Relaxing with Watercolour
A mindful watercolour class with Xiang Li for your heart
Join us for a 2-hour relaxing watercolour class with Sirocco Art's Xiang Li (Instagram: @siroccoart).
Xiang Li is a self-taught watercolour artist living in Melbourne. She has been a finalist for the Australia Watercolour Muster and the 2019 Wyndham Art Prize. She has found that painting has helped with her anxiety and depression and would like to share her experience with others
This class has been designed to encourage mindfulness through watercolour landscape painting.
Xiang will teach you fundamental watercolour skills, the theory of colour and how to blend meditation with watercolour. space+time will provide everything you need to get started. There are only 8 spots available, so book now so you don't miss out! The class will be held alongside our open crafting session.
For more information about the open crafting lounge, please refer to the event page.
The event will take place in Workroom 1 at Siteworks. Please note:
- This room is wheelchair accessible.
- Crafters of all levels are welcome (if you're not sure if you'll be welcome, you are!)
- Class admission is $35.
- Food and drinks not provided, however there is a kitchen downstairs where you can get yourself a cuppa and heat up some food you've brought along.
- There is parking available off Dawson Street, directly opposite the Brunswick Baths (right outside Howler). From 6pm, it's free! Once you arrive at Siteworks (it looks like an old school), walk straight through the big gate you'll find on Saxon Street and head down the first pathway you see on your right. Enter the big wooden double doors. You'll now be in the reception area, we're right next door! Please note that Siteworks is a community space, so you are all welcome to have a look around and explore!
- The building is locked after 8pm, so let us know if you're going to be late and we can let you in.
If you have any questions, feedback or suggestions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a message.
Gabriella Joustra, Organiser