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Ink Blots and Charcoal Dots

This week the Assemblage Sisters began our Artists in Residence program at Guardian Learning Barangaroo.

Led by Lisa Bergan, the children created ink blots and charcoal markings. As it was our first day we started by meeting and working with children from 0 -preschool age. Rather than attempting to complete a work in one sitting, the children will be introduced to different materials, tools and techniques adding layers to their work in subsequent weeks.


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