2 years ago

When:
6 April, 2016

Location:
Deakin University, Melbourne Burwood Campus - Room Y1.11A

Organised by:
Visual Art Society Burwood


The Art of Henna is becoming widely popular in a variety of cultures and is constantly being adapted in new ways. This two hour workshop will give you the opportunity to learn about the history of henna, what it’s used for, how it works, and have a go yourself!

All attendees will receive a tube of henna paste, be shown tips on how to use it and take it home to continue practicing the art of henna!

The workshop will be held by the Deakin Visual Art Society (DVAS):
Date: Wednesday 6th April 2016
Time: 11:30am – 1:20pm
Location: Deakin University Burwood – Building Y, Room Y1.11A

TICKETS:
DVAS Members: FREE
DUSA Members: $15
Non-DUSA/Non-Deakin students: $20

***Tickets are limited***
Secure your place and pay here: https://www.trybooking.com/KYCC
(DVAS members book via email deakinvisualartsociety@gmail.com to receive free entry)

The workshop will be hosted by Tessa Harrison, club secretary of the Deakin Visual Art Society, who is experienced in the Art of Henna.

Any queries please contact Tessa at deakinvisualartsociety@gmail.com