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Join us in the HOTA Gallery Studio for an inspiring and practical hands-on workshop session with artist, Nicola Moss. Teachers will explore a range of mediums as they unpack dynamic approaches to mark making on paper surfaces and discover new possibilities for engaging teaching and learning.

Tuesday 10th Oct 2023, 4:00-6:00pm

Apologies, this workshop was incorrectly advertised as 2024. It is definitely this year and in term 4. (Can't get good help these days!)
All materials are provided.
Probing the intersection of politics and ecology Nicola Moss' works highlight the importance of green spaces amid congested urban environments. Relying on an archive of papers coloured using paint, graphite, printmaking and various stains, Moss' materials travel with her as she explores the physical landscape. Impressions from tree bark frottage rubbings, for example, become collaged elements of her compositions. Framing nature as a source rather than a resource the artist highlights how intrinsic sustainable green spaces are to our well-being, both physical and mental.

Moss has exhibited throughout Australia; and in Japan, Sweden and the USA; was awarded the Moreton Bay Region Art Award (2012) and in 2019 participated in the artist in residence program at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, Venice. She has been a finalist in numerous awards including the Len Fox Painting Prize (2022), John Leslie Art Prize (2020), Fisher’s Ghost Art Award (2019), STILL: National Still Life Award (2019) and Sunshine Coast Art Prize (2018, 2017, 2014). Her work is held in many important collections including the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Moreton Bay Region Art Collection, HOTA (Home of the Arts) and the Social Securities Appeals Tribunal, Brisbane.

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Carla Spano, Education Coordinator, HOTA Home of the Arts