july, 2020

This is a repeating event

24jul3:00 pm5:00 pmWorkshop: Heart On My Sleeve (ages 12-25)

Text on a funky, colourful background reads Always remember: You are here, You are present, You are infinite, And never forget that you are loved. Additional text above the image reads Workshops Fridays 3-5pm. Design July 24. Animation July 31. Stencil August 07. Includes logos for UNSW, Twenty10, Museums & Galleries of NSW and City of Sydney.

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Event Details

 

Register here for 1 or multiple workshops.

“Hey have I ever told you, I wear my heart on my sleeve?” “What does that mean?” “It means I openly show my feelings to the world. And I just wanted to let you know that I love you.”

Heart On My Sleeve is a series of online graphic design and printing workshops. Learn to express your identity, voice and feelings by designing and printing your own personal logo, design or symbol. You will learn to create your design with Adobe Illustrator or with the free program Microsoft Paint and then stencil your design onto a t-shirt or tote bag. Learn how to wear your heart on your sleeve, make your mark and show the world unapologetically who you are through design. These workshops are open to LGBTIQA+ and allies aged 12 – 25 years and will be facilitated by Sydney based artist and designer Kieran Butler.

Free
All materials supplied.

Fridays, 3 – 5pm
24 July – Graphic design workshop
31 July – Animated GIF workshop
7 August – Stencilling workshop

Register here for 1 or multiple workshops.
Recommended to sign up for all three as in the final workshop you will be printing your design.

Where: online via zoom. You will be sent a link once registered.

Program developed by UNSW Galleries in partnership with Twenty10 for the exhibition ‘Friendship as a Way of Life’, on view at UNSW Galleries until 21 November 2020. Visit unsw.to/friendship for more details.

Time

(Friday) 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location

Online

Organizer

Twenty10 incorporating GLCS NSW

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, Transgender, Non-Binary, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual etc. (LGBTIQA+) Still not making sense?
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