Young artists work in 3D at Goulburn12.01.2016
Young people in the Goulburn Mulwaree region are participating in a series of 3D art workshops this January, thanks to a successful 2016 CASP grant.
Renowned artist Rudy Kistler is hosting the series of 3D workshops, focusing on concept development and creation of a work of art that will “POP OUT” of a currently bare facing wall of the Goulburn skate park.
The project will culminate in a public launch of the artwork on January 26th as part of the region’s Australia Day celebrations, which will also include skate demonstrations, pool party with live DJ, and a free movie.
For more information on the workshops and launch visit the Goulburn Mulwaree website.
About Rudy Kistler
Rudy Kistler is a renowned artist based in the Southern Tablelands whose work has been displayed in Goulburn as well as national galleries. Rudy produces 3D art, known as Trompe l’oeil, (pronounced tromploy) translated from French means ‘deceives the eye’ to produce wonderfully realistic painted objects. Rudy has taught in many regional areas of Australia and was responsible for ‘Rudy on the Run’, an award winning program of workshops that use chalk art as a platform to engage interest in other subjects, e.g. literacy, mathematics, the environment and Australian history.
The Goulburn Mulwaree council recieved funding for this project through the 2016 round of the Country Arts Support Program, a devolved fund that focuses on supporting locally initiated projects in regional NSW.