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a  Oatley 101 Society of Artists Inc.  Workshops

Price of workshops is $60.00 per day for members and $70.00 per day for non membersWorkshops are open to all adults, for both members and non-members

Full Payment must be made when booking workshop


Bookings can be made with preference given to members. Non-members will go onto a holding list and be
notified 2 weeks before the workshop if there is a vacancy.

Any cancellation of workshops will be notified 1 week prior to the workshop and so it is suggested that any
purchase of expensive items requested on the list be done after this period.

Free cups of tea and coffee available
Workshop times are 10.00am to 4.00pm - Arrive at 9.30 am to set up.  BYO lunch

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April 18th - Fan Dongwang will tutor Chinese ink brush paintings on rice paper
Bookings open. Further details Here

Born in Shanghai, China, Fan Dongwang studied traditional Chinese art at Shanghai School of Arts and Crafts (SSAC) in 70’s and later became an art teacher at SSAC.

As an established Shanghai artist, his work has been exhibited regularly in Shanghai Art Gallery since 1982, including the 1986 Shanghai Art Museum Inaugural Art Exhibition and the 1987 Shanghai International Art Festival. As a member of the top professional body Chinese Artists Association, he was awarded the Prize for Excellent Work for Shanghai International Culture Exchange.

In 1990 Fan migrated to Australia as an artist of ‘Distinguished Talent’. He studied Master of Arts at COFA, University of New South Wales in 1995, and received his Post Graduate Award and Doctor of Creative Art at Wollongong University in 1999. His doctoral theses Shifting Perspectives and the Body established a theoretical model for comparing the differences between the representation of spatial depth in Chinese and European paintings. He currently lives and works in Sydney. 

See Fan Dongwang's website Here

Materials:
Materials are to be prepared and provided by the teacher for the workshop. Students are not required to bring materials to class.
I will provide a small kit for each student: a small quantity of Chinese ink and watercolours, 2 brushes for use and some newspaper, bamboo paper, rice paper, plastic water containers, small palettes or dishes for mixing ink, pencils and tissues, which are sufficient for each student to use in this workshop. 

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For more details phone Workshop Co-ordinator, Shirley Kane: 9576 2882