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Ventana Creative Collective has moved and is now at 20 Jellicoe Street 

Invest in your creativity for the first month of winter!  Four workshops on hand and all bookable online.  June brings in the change of season, shorter days and the opportunity to invest in your creative health.  Spend the time and find the right workshop for you!

On Saturday the first of June we learned the art of portraiture from well known local artist Joya De Geus.  Back by popular demand, learn how to set up the composition of a portrait study using different illustration methods.

Coming Woirkshops:
SUNDAY – 9TH – PERSONALISED JOURNAL

Writing can do wonders for your health. Beyond keeping your creative juices flowing, regular writing can give you a safe, cathartic release valve for the stresses of your daily life.
FRIDAY – 14TH – GLASS TERRARIUM
Just because we don’t exactly have green thumbs doesn’t mean we can’t see the benefits of living with plants!
SATURDAY 29TH – BAD ART NIGHT

“I’m not creative”. “I can’t paint”. If you’ve ever uttered these words, this night is for you! Have a laugh, have a drink, and vote on the worst piece of the night to win a prize!
SUNDAY 30TH – NAKED LADY SOCIAL EVENT

Ventana will be at your monthly Nake Lady Social meet at Thunderpants headquarters, on Naples Street. Bring all those bits and bobs from your wardrobe to swap, and stay for a surprise fabric centered art workshop!

TRIPLE TUESDAYs for Locals

Two sessions to create your own cement succulent planter. $30 / session. 4th – 11th – 18th.

KIDS’ WORKSHOPS

Our first kids’ workshop went off with a bang! Martinborough’s talented youngun’s created Paper Mache Bowls, with the help of some amazing parents! Jump online to book your kids in for some art and craft magic amongst friends. $10 per session, evert Thursday 4-5pm.

Here’s to many more creative adventures!

Becs

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