Culture 4 Kids

Mobile-making workshop
with Greedy Hen

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation proudly presents

Mobile-making workshop with Greedy Hen

Join Katherine Brickman from artist collective, Greedy Hen, in a creative story-telling workshop inspired by Nancy-Bird Walton. Drawing on themes of flight, water and movement, participants will be shown how to construct their own imaginative hanging mobile to take home.

on Saturday, 18 April 2015

11.30am – 1pm

at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
16-20 Goodhope Street

$15 per participant

Recommended children aged 8+ years*

Bookings essential / limited numbers 
Please pay prior to the workshop to secure your place.
(Session limited to 20 participants)
02 9331 1112 or

Greedy Hen is a multi-disciplinary studio housing the collaborative works of Katherine Brickman and Kate Mitchell. Their work falls between the boundaries of traditional fields, utilising various mediums including collage, drawing, animation, light projection, 3D paper sculpture, and music video direction. Clients include: Megan Washington, Cloud Control, Josh Pyke, The Waifs, Buffalo Tales (Wes Carr), Florence And The Machine, Animal Collective, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, Clare Bowditch, Bill Callahan, Master Card’s Priceless Music Series, Wild Life Sydney, and Cat Power.

*Please note all participants are required to be accompanied by a supervising parent or guardian for the duration of the workshop.