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Year 10 Visual Arts Drawing Incursion – Permission Slip

The Science of Pine by Tania Mason

Community installation 'The Science of Pine' by Tania Mason

In support of the Visual Arts curriculum, Year 10 Visual Arts students will be attending two drawing incursion sessions run by Australian artist Tania Mason. Mason is an illustrator who currently works in the local area and has designed community installation ‘The Science of Pine’, a private commission for a public walk through area in Bondi Junction.

In the two sessions, students will develop skills in fundamental drawing techniques; watercolour, gouache, wax resist, charcoal and graphite drawing. All samples and artworks created in the incursion will be used as student works in the ‘Land Sea Air’ unit for Semester 2, as students document local flora and fauna from the Waverley area to form a visual inventory of our local environment.

The sessions will be held on the College Campus in the Visual Arts rooms. All materials will be provided.

Click here to complete the permission slip for the Year 10 Tania Mason Drawing Incursion 2021.

Please have your son return the permission slip to their Visual Arts teacher by Monday 31 May.

Visual  Arts:  Tania Mason Drawing Incursion  Organising Teacher: Ms Natalie Oates
Dates:
Session 1: 4 June, 2021
8.45am – 12.05pm

Session 2: 23 July, 2021
8.45am – 12.05pm 
Location:
Waverley College: Art rooms
Cost:  $76.00 for both sessions – the cost for both sessions will be added to your son’s school fees.
Start time: Period 1 – 8.45am

End time: Period 3 – 12.05pm

Students will have their recess break at the usual time in the College bell times

Uniform: Students are to wear full academic uniform 

If you have any questions regarding the incursion, please contact the Visual Arts Department.

 

Ms Natalie Oates

Head of Visual Arts

E: noates@waverley.nsw.edu.au

Artist Tania Mason

Artist Tania Mason, winner of the 2016 acquisitive Calleen Art Award for ‘Irregular Plasma’ 2016, gouache and acrylic on canvas. Her winning painting joined the Calleen Art Collection at the Cowra Regional Art Gallery.