TRASHTALK COMMUNITY PROGRAM
All elements are FREE to community
Open to All Ages
Children 7 Yr & Under to be accompanied by a caregiver or parent
Meet at Main Marquee, Campbells Landing, Eyre Avenue
TIPS: Old clothes, Be SunSmart & Drink Water
NEW VENUE: For Saturday 1 December 12-1pm & 1-2pm ONLY
Supper Room Studio Gallery, 29 Alfred Terrace. STREAKY BAY
TRASHTALK WORKSHOP–POSCA PARTY
Artists Henry Jock Walker & Daniel ‘Moth’ Ross
1—2 December 2018, 12—1pm & 1—2pm
3 December 2018, 4:30—5:30pm & 5:30—6:30pm
15 per session
ABOUT: Do you ever wonder where old surfboards made of fiberglass and poisonous foam end up? Workshop your ideas to repurpose and sustainably upcycle old surfboards as you transform them into vibrant works of art with Posca Pens in this FREE fun and creative art workshop.
Typography with artist Tristan Kerr
4—6 December 2018, 4—5pm & 5—6pm
15 per session
ABOUT: Where environmental activism meets Barbara Kruger! The TRASHTALK Envirowall will facilitate cross art elements to dare, encourage and entice people into the space to engage in environmental activism with buzz words, hub bub, dialogue and conversations blazoned on billboards as a legacy of protest and commentary on the environmental issues of our time.
Type-based artist Tristan Kerr will lead participants through expression of painted Typography in a flurry of workshops creating layered slogans, words, text, imagery, symbols and phrases on 3 massive 2m x 4 m wide timber billboard structures strategically placed on the Streaky Bay foreshore. As a large-scale canvas the ever-changing Envirowall will create a thought-provoking space for artists, thinkers and community to stimulate this creative, artistic and visual imagery and create a time journal of current environmental thinking.
Campbells Landing, Eyre Avenue
On display until 25 January 2019
VISIBLE and Streaky Bay Tourism acknowledge the generous funding and support for the TRASHTALK: Envirowall Project from Regional Arts Australia through Country Arts SA, the District Council of Streaky Bay and; the Wilderness Society of South Australia.