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Life Without Barriers

Are you interested in art and craft....

Yearn to spin yarns? Crave to colour lives? Materialise marvellous mosaics? Wish to whip up wicked works in wood? Recycle dusty, rusty objects; dip and dye fabrics; knit, stick, twist or twirl twine; cook capers; compose; tantalise with telling tales.... ANYTHING GOES. Everyone is invited to come along and join in; there is no eligibility or criteria for attendance. There are four sessions each month; Week One: Presentation and practice of new art medium, Week Two: General arts and individual projects, Week Three: Cultural cooking, and  Week Four: Music and expression.

Details
Creyk Park Pavilion, Waltham Road, Armadale
Time: 10am-2pm Tuesdays (Commencing July 2013)
 Transport available to eligible participants
Lunch and all materials provided
Fee: General public entrance fee: $5.00 per session ($15.00 for all four sessions)


If you have any queries relating to Community art group or Life Without Barriers services please feel free to contact Sinead on 08 9432 6700 or 0477 334 586. Email: Sinead.mckinlay@lwb.org.au

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