Culture 4 Kids
Thai paper lantern workshop
with Kassandra Bossell
Saturday, 29 November 2014
In association with Collection+: Pinaree Sanpitak, Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation enthusiastically presents
Create your own paper lantern with artist, designer and prop-maker Kassandra Bossell. Drawing inspiration from the hanging lanterns of northern Thailand, participants will be taught simple techniques using cane, wire and paper to construct a colourful creature ready to be lit.
on Saturday, 29 November 2014
11 am – 1 pm
at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
16-20 Goodhope Street
$15 per person
Recommended children aged 10 years+ (adults are welcome)
Bookings essential / limited numbers
Please pay prior to the workshop to secure your place.
(Session limited to 20 participants)
02 9331 1112 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kassandra Bossell is an artist whose work spans the full gamut of visual practice: film, theatre and events of all descriptions. She works with and in museums and readily responds to private commissions. Kassandra completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts at Sydney College of the Arts in 1990 and Bachelor of Arts in Literature and Humanities at The University of Sydney in 1986. Since then she has studied Puppetry with Phillip Millar (Head of Concept Design and Development at Global Creature Technology, Melbourne), and Art Direction at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, Sydney. Kassandra’s creations have appeared in films such as House of Wax, Stealth, Matrix 2 and 3, Gene-X, and Star Wars, and she has collaborated with organisations such as the Melbourne Museum, the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (formerly the Powerhouse Museum), the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Theatre Company.
*Please note that due to high demand these workshop places are non-transferable. Refunds will be given if cancellations are made 48 hours before the event. Cancellations made thereafter are non-refundable. All children must be accompanied by a supervising parent or guardian at all times.