For our current program visit our Activities page.
Saturday 22 September 2018
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
More information here.
Pastel Pencils Workshop
- working in CarbOthello
Saturday 8 September
10:00 am to 4:00 pm Wadambuk St Andrews Community Centre
$150 - $229 per person
(all materials including pencil sets)
$110 per person
(paper only included)
Limited numbers apply!
BYO Lunch - morning and afternoon tea provided
This workshop is not only for beginners or anyone who is wanting to learn the basics of drawing in Pastels, but also for advanced artist wanting to have a day of working with the wonderful soft Pastel Carbethello Pencils.
Stabilo CarbOthello chalk pastel coloured pencils provide high pigmentation and are also partially aquarellable, meaning that the pigments can also be worked with brush and water.
As these pencils lend themselves beautifully to animals of both the furred and feathered variety - this is what we will concentrate on for this day.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
Next Committee Meeting
Tuesday 21 August 2018 at 7 pm
to be held at the community centre
St Andrews Market
is held every Saturday between 8 am – 2 pm
Regulars each week include:- Art and craft items, Jewellery, Massaging, Organic produce, Pre-loved vintage and retro items and a great selection of food including Vegetarian and Gluten free options to name just a few.
With a passion for Fresh, Handmade, Recycled and Creative products, St Andrews market is a great place to shop, relax and take in the atmosphere or somewhere to sell your creations and/or pre-loved goods.
For more information including how to have a stall refer to our website: standrewsmarket.com.au
When in the area we recommend you visit "A Local Baker", "A Boy Named Sue” pizza cafe and the St Andrews hotel, all located over the road from the market.
St Andrews market- a part of the community for over 40 years
Welcome to Better Together at Wadambuk St Andrew’s Community Centre – a travelling art exhibition hosted by Nillumbik Shire Council, featuring work by artists from Araluen and St John of God Accord.
The exhibition is named after a work of art entitled Better Together, created by a group of artists from St John of God Accord, commissioned by Council to celebrate International Day of People with Disability.
Through the Better Together travelling art exhibition, we are delighted to showcase the breadth of talent among Nillumbik artists.
In the spirit of Better Together, we’re asking you to tell us how we can make Nillumbik more inclusive. Please write your feedback on the Better Together cards and post them into the box provided.
The exhibition is showing from 17 September until 1 October.
This is one of many consultations to inform Council’s Disability Action Plan. For further information please contact Council’s Inclusion Unit on 9433 3379 or email email@example.com