Crankies are a simple panorama often made from accessible materials. They are used as a storytelling format. One wet rainy day I came across a website http://www.thecrankiefactory.com/ as I was mindlessly surfing the net. It was a light bulb moment. I love them. This crankie is being used as an example in a school.
Tuesday and Wednesday this week is Open studio at FernArtz. All works produced go towards the Sea is Sinking art installation. All ages and abilities welcome – session is by donation with first in first served no booking needed – it is a fluid process.
giant sea crab: http://portphillipmarinelife.net.au/species/3976
Red Bright fish: http://portphillipmarinelife.net.au/species/7701
Violet Roughy : http://portphillipmarinelife.net.au/species/6291
Southern Roughy http://portphillipmarinelife.net.au/species/6293
Sandpaper fish: http://portphillipmarinelife.net.au/species/6292
Baby Salmon (trout) – sound and feel https://youtu.be/JRPDaWNmlcQ
Australian Salmon (trout) adult: https://youtu.be/1WFbVF6paRo
Port Phillip Bay – reef area: https://youtu.be/wJBFazi_Nug
Good example of a cuttlefish: https://youtu.be/K8HnaeGkJIc
Sea is Sinking
Free drop in workshop. Come and play with artists Youbi, Maggie and Fern in creating fish and marine world things.
This Saturday 30th March 11- 4pm
What you make on the day goes into an interactive immersive installation The Sea is Sinking – your name will be attributed to being one of the creators. We are trialing our workshop.
Where: Brunswick Neighbourhood House at 43A DECARLE STREET, BRUNSWICK
Parking is non-existent so please come by public transport or park at 42 Breese St, Brunswick VIC 3056 (about 6-minute walk)
From Anstey station (6-minute walk) or Tram – corner of Albion and Sydney road (4-minute walk)
Hosted by BNH Fiesta & Community Garage Sale celebrating Harmony Day
PS rug up it is going to be a cool day