Family Workshop: Garden Worlds with Kai Wasikowski


Join Sydney-based artist Kai Wasikowski to make your own garden image and turn it into a beautiful ‘sun-print’ photograph, inspired by the Chinese Garden of Friendship. Drop into the gardens between 11-1pm on Mon 8, Tue 9, or Thu 11 October to learn how to use materials to make a botanical scene.

Have fun developing your “gardening” skills, arrange your own garden scene using plants, then create a take-home ‘nature’ photograph using the sun, whilst exploring the plants, colours and textures of the Garden of Friendship.
With professional photographer and artist Kai, you’ll make a blue and white print, ready to frame display at home! Whether you stay for 15 minutes or the full two hours this fun workshop will help you create a botanical print and learn basic photographic principles.
For participants aged between 5-12 years, accompanied by a responsible adult. All materials provided, drop in session, no bookings required. Garden Worlds is produced by 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art in partnership with Kai Wasikowski and the Chinese Garden of Friendship for the October 2018 school holidays program.