The Incinerator Gallery is a premier visual arts destination located in Melbourne’s West.
The Gallery offers a curated program of contemporary art in an Incinerator designed by the office of Walter Burley Griffin, the only one remaining in Victoria, and one of only six left in the country.
The Incinerator has two main gallery spaces, as well as a community access space for emerging artists, curators and community groups. Year round, the Incinerator plays host to curated exhibition programs featuring works from both emerging and established artists.
This spring, the Gallery will be offering classes in Ceramics, Contemporary Textile Design, Observational Drawing and Acrylic Painting, Fusing and Slumping Glass and Egg Tempera Painting.
Led by inspiring and experienced artists, students can enjoy workshops in small groups, in a motivating and relaxed gallery setting.
Classes run for eight weeks, commencing Monday 15 October. Workshops include all materials unless specified. Bookings essential as class sizes are limited to small groups.
Visit the Incinerator Gallery website to book your place or call to find out more about the workshops on offer.
Courses will run for eight weeks, commencing Monday 15 October at 6:30pm.
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