Recovery through the arts - linocut workshop 19 March

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Attend this Learn to Linocut Workshop with Samantha Thompson.

You’ll get to learn the basics if you’re a beginner or have the chance to produce a new artwork if you are an experienced printmaker.

Finished pieces can be included in a one-off Storm Recovery artists community book. Take time to learn a new skill and reflect.

Sessions will be held 9am-12pm on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 March and will be followed by a complimentary lunch at 12noon. Attend one or both sessions.

An optional follow-up gathering is offered on 26 March from 9am to finish off any work, re-print your masterpiece or help with assembling the community book. Friends and family can come along and have a look at your achievements with a free community lunch commencing at 12pm.

Samantha Thompson is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist and regional arts advocate based in regional Victoria. With a highly successful career spanning over 20 years, Thompson is renowned for her vibrant, playful artworks. Thompson has exhibited in numerous galleries across Australia and produced 14 solo shows since 2003. She has also exhibited internationally, and her works can be found in private and public collections across the world. She has a passion for community art and loves to share her passion and knowledge with locals.

Please register to attend this workshop.

Register for Sunday 19 March

Please see separate event listing to register for Saturday 18 March. You do not need to register to attend the workshop on 26 March.


  • Sunday, 19 March 2023 | 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM


Blackwood Community Hall, Byers Road, Blackwood, 3458, View Map

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