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Known for his highly detailed and intricate paintings in acrylic, Alan's work depicts aspects of coastal suburban living, often in a humorous way.
The great urban expansion of Perth, the annual rubbish collection, graffiti, car burnouts and the burning of untrimmed palm trees are just some of a range of local themes.
More recent paintings of the Swan River and surrounding land as Whadjuk country, before English settlement in 1829, acknowledge Whadjuk traditional ownership and skilled land management on a vast scale. Alan is a renowned and unique artist, who will be presenting 60 paintings that have been inspired by Perth, the Swan River and its ancient history.
Image credit: Derbarl Yerrigan Swan River 1 2012, Acrylic on canvas 1.2m x 1.2m by Alan Muller
Mandala drawing is a simple yet highly effective and relaxing form of design making.
Each design is an individual expression of yourself. Elsa Smith will facilitate these workshops. All materials supplied.
FREE event - Bookings essential
Enquiries 9342 8844
Every Monday during school term 10:00am - 11:00am
Come and learn all about Wanneroo's history!
This exciting program is designed for children aged 2-5 years old and their accompanying grown up.
You will learn all about our past through songs, stories, crafts and by exploring our museum.
No booking is required, but please come early as space is limited!
Young people living in the Girrawheen/Koondoola area are invited to participate in a FREE 10 week program focused on Entrepreneurial Innovation.
YEP HQ aims to provide young people living within Girrawheen and Koondoola, a supportive environment to create a better understanding of enterprise and entrepreneurship through our Young Entrepreneur Program.
Young participants will have a choice to participate in workshops where they can take a step by step process of actualising an idea into a practical business or learn and acquire skills in running a pop up cafe. With guided workshop structures, young people can change their way of thinking towards developing their own business.
This program will be guided by qualified educators and industry mentors. In a stimulating environment participants will be shown how to develop entrepreneurial ideas that lead to enhanced employability skills and opportunities.
Students will develop the following skills that will enhance future employability prospects:
Option A - 'I want to be an Entrepeneur'
Saturdays 10am - 1pm (10 week program)
Option B - 'Learn to run a pop-up cafe'
Saturdays 9am - 12pm (10 week program)
Register your interest by contacting Paul Litwin:
Ph: 0419 952 588