Saturday 3 March 2012
Time: 1.30 - 4.30pm
Venue: Monash University Museum of Art
Cost: $30 / $15 student or concession
Coinciding with the exhibition Hany Armanious: The Golden Thread, you are invited to join artist Claire Lambe in a speacialist workshop that will introduce participants to the casting process and create a growing installation of sculptural artefacts and mini totems in the Ian Potter Sculpture Court – a monument to the discarded, a sculpture garden dedicated to the beauty of the everyday.
Bring your own found object and participate in a master class where Claire Lambe will introduce her working method and demonstrate the two-part mold process. Places are strictly limited and bookings are essential. Students, beginners and enthusiasts are all encouraged to participate, but you must be 15 years or above.
Claire Lambe is a leading Melbourne artist and co-curator of Death Be Kind gallery, Brunswick. She was the 2011 MUMA artist-in-residence at Gippsland Centre for Art and Design and has participated in various solo, group and collaborative exhibitions including: Beadlestaff, Switchback Gallery, Monash Unviersity Gippsland, 2011; Ultra Primo, Ocular Lab, Melbourne, 2009; Giving Shape to Memory, Acme Studios Deptford, London, 1995; Claire Lambe, Lou Hubbard, Sarah Scout Gallery, Melbourne, 2010; Erotographomania, curator Sarah Jones, CAST gallery, Hobart, Tasmania, 2010; and CHANGE, Monash University Museum of Art, 2010.