Online Programs

Online Programs

Art Club – June

This month’s Art Club at home takes a detour from our planned schedule to consider the role of flowers in art. Art educator Gina Panebianco invites us to examine flower power as well as suggesting a paper collage activity to create your own beautiful bouquet.

Please connect with us on Instagram, Facebook or on our Facebook Group Incinerator Art Club using the hashtag #IncineratorGallery to continue the conversation.

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Incy Wincy Babies – June

Incy Wincy Babies has temporarily moved to an online, format while we all stay covid safe at home.

Please let us know if you enjoyed the online version on Instagram, Facebook, or our Facebook Group Incinerator Gallery Incy Wincy Babies.

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Social Justice Art (not just for Teens) – June

Call for Entries for an exhibition from students in Years Prep to Year 12 who live, study or work in Moonee Valley

Call for Entries closes 13 July 2020

To enter, young artists (with the consent and help of their parents) will need to submit photographs of their artworks via an online entry form.

The exhibitions will be displayed during August 2020 at Incinerator Gallery and website.

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Gallery Sketchers – May

Incinerator Gallery artist educator Francine Sculli invites you to join along with these creative drawing activities from the comfort of your own home. Please take a photo of your drawings and share them on Instagram, Facebook, or our Facebook Group Incinerator Gallery Sketchers. Use the hashtag #IncineratorGallerySketchers so everyone can share and support each other, just as we do during the program at Incinerator Gallery.

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Art Club – May

This month’s Art Club at home takes a detour from our planned schedule to consider the role of windows and rooms in painting. Art educator Gina Panebianco invites us to contemplate the significance of windows and interior spaces as well as suggesting a one-point perspective drawing exercise for us to think about our own interior spaces.

Please connect with us on Instagram, Facebook or on our Facebook Group Incinerator Art Club using the hashtag #IncineratorArtClub to continue the conversation.

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Social Justice Art for Teens – May

We are so excited to bring you Social Justice Art for Teens Online for May!

Join our art educator Francine Sculli as she takes us through all the different creative mediums we can use to raise awareness for an issues that is important to us.

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Incy Wincy Babies – May

Incy Wincy Babies has temporarily moved to an online, format while we all stay covid safe at home.

Please let us know if you enjoyed the online version on Instagram, Facebook, or our Facebook Group Incinerator Gallery Incy Wincy Babies. Use the hashtag #IncineratorIWBs.

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Arty Tales – May

Welcome to Arty Tales Online – where the Incinerator Gallery comes to you. Our artist-storyteller Emily Paterson invites you to join in this creative activity from the comfort and safety of your own home.

Please take a photo or video of your picture or story and share with us on Instagram, Facebook, or our Facebook Group Incinerator Gallery Arty Tales using the hashtag #IncineratorArtyTales

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Art Club – April

This month’s Art Club at home takes a detour from our planned schedule to consider the role of portraiture in society. Art educator Gina Panebianco has selected four portraits from the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC and shares with Art Club members what makes them so precious.

Please connect with us on Instagram, Facebook or on our Facebook Group Incinerator Art Club using the hashtag #IncineratorArtClub to continue the conversation.

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Incy Wincy Babies – April

Incy Wincy Babies is currently in hiatus. During this time we have moved to an online, monthly version of the program. A new video and activity will be released on the day on the program would have been delivered in the gallery.

Please let us know if you enjoyed the online version on Instagram, Facebook, or our Facebook Group Incinerator Gallery Incy Wincy Babies. Use the hashtag #IncineratorIWBs.

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