Join Ezzie & Mave to create your very own unique work of art, as part of Adelaide Festival and the South Australian Museum's epic 48 Hours of GONDWANA VR: The Exhibition event.
Enjoy adding colour by painting with acrylics on an original “Rainforest Dragonfly” screenprint on paper by Ezzie. Relax and discover your inner artist as you are guided through the moderately easy process to create your very own masterpiece to take home. Workshop participants will also receive a complimentary welcome drink and the cafe bar will be open for beverages during the workshop. The workshop is designed for participants aged 13 and over, all participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult ticketholder.
Entry into this workshop entitles you to exhibition entry and re-entry over the full 48 Hours of GONDWANA VR: The Exhibition, from 5pm Friday 8 March 2024 to 5pm Sunday 10 March 2024.
Want to try the GONDWANA VR experience after your workshop? You can book into a session via checkout, or speak to our front of house team on arrival to book a session for another time.
NOTE: This event is for people 13 years and older, attendees under the age 18 must be accompanied by an adult ticketholder. For Companion cards please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About 48 Hours of GONDWANA VR: The Exhibition:
Explore a forest that never sleeps in the epic 48-hour finale to summer exhibition GONDWANA VR: The Exhibition as part of the 2024 Adelaide Festival program.
From 5pm Friday 8 March to 5pm Sunday 10 March, visitors can roam the digital forest at all hours of the day and night by slipping on a VR headset, or exploring an immersive installation that expands the rainforest beyond the goggles through projection, lighting, cinematic sound, and pieces from the Museum’s historic Natural Science collections.
Across this marathon 48-hour event the Museum will also host a rolling program of free and ticketed family-friendly events, from meditation and yoga sessions to live music, film screenings, storytime, hands-on workshops, and floor talks from speakers including GONDWANA VR creators Ben Joseph Andrews and Emma Roberts, and South Australia’s Chief Public Health Officer Professor Nicola Spurrier.
About Ezzie & Mave:
Sisters from the Fleurieu Peninsula… Jude (Ezzie) and Jen (Mave), have a background in (and love for) art, screenprinting, design and craft. They delight in sharing their time and skills with others to create their very own masterpieces at their workshops. Check them out on Facebook.