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Charlotte Giblin Art Workshops [SOLD OUT]

Whitianga Arts Centre, 23 School Road, Whitianga

Thurs 17 June, Fri 18 June, Sun 20 June, 9:30am - 3:30pm

*These workshops are now SOLD OUT* [as of 9 June 2021]


Established artist Charlotte Giblin will be holding several art workshops in Whitianga in mid June, suitable for artists of any ability. 


Thursday 17th June: Acrylic Workshop

Charlotte will be holding an acrylic painting workshop on "Light through the Trees ". $165 per person includes all materials!


Friday 18 June: Drawing Workshop

Open to anyone who would like to learn how to draw organic elliptical shapes such as apples and explore contrasting man made materials such as fabric. Only FIVE spaces available. $120 per person.


Sunday 20th June: Acrylic Workshop

Charlotte will be holding an acrylic painting workshop on "Light through the Trees ". There are only THREE spaces available. $165 per person includes all materials!


To book your place email Raewyn at

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