Start with a piece of burnt wood or a banksia cone, then add natural materials or trash from the streets to make a picture (called a flatlay) – of a city, flowers, your mum, whatever you like – to photograph and post online.
Children and parents are invited to create a picture on a tile (called a flatlay) to celebrate La Mama’s re-emergence. Start with a piece of burnt timber or a banksia cone, then add natural materials (plants, stones, shells) or trash from Melbourne’s streets (nuts, bolts, lids, cream chargers, pieces of plastic). There is plenty to choose from – and it’s been washed – to Clean Up Australia. Create whatever you fancy – perhaps a cityscape or landscape, a favourite person, a pet or zoo animal, or an abstract design. NancyDee Sculptures will take a photograph of your finished flatlay and post it online.
LOCATION: Rehearsal Hub
Facilitated by Nancy D Lane (NancyDee Sculptures)
Image by Nancy D Lane
Specific accessibility information for this event:
Visual Rating: 100%
The event contains no music or dialogue, so d/Deaf or hard of hearing audiences can engage fully with the event.
Aural Rating: 50%
Has both sound and visual components, but sight isn’t essential to be able to engage with the event.