Heather Hesterman. Mobile Forrest 2018. ©the artist. Photo: Scarlet Sykes Hesterman.
SAM presents a collaborative education laboratory with artist, educator and landscape designer Heather Hesterman. Known for her public projects with natural and constructed sites, Hesterman will work with students and teachers (primary, secondary and tertiary) from the Greater Shepparton Region in the creation of an immersive land-based installation that will evolve and transform a SAM gallery space over the duration of the SAM local exhibition.
Participants will transform a gallery space into an environmental wonderland – part science laboratory, part participatory artist studio with artist Heather Hesterman.
Bookings: Educators and students are encouraged to book early as workshops are filling fast. Contact SAM’s Visual Arts Educator, Felicia Pinchen-Hogg
Phone: 5832 9520
The exhibition and associated workshops will run from 2 March – 7 April.
For further information or to make a school booking, please contact SAM Visual Arts Educator, Felicia Pinchen-Hogg.
SAM EduLAB is supported by La Trobe University.Download the Festival Program