Bathurst Regional Art Gallery Seeking Feedback for Public Animation Project | Western lawyer


Bathurst Regional Art Gallery [BRAG] invites families to take advantage of the spring school holidays by participating in a fun and practical activity. Children and their families are encouraged to create hand-drawn animations inspired by the spring season. The submitted creations will be oriented towards a picturesque mural animation which will be projected in the forecourt of the BRAG / library on rue Keppel. READ ALSO: Bathurst Born Ben Rudgley Gets Deep & Thoughtful On Debut EP To Contribute People Must Have The Following: One White, One Black [or dark coloured] pen, pencil or text, tracing paper [optional], a camera [mobile phone cameras accepted] or a scanner and printer to print models. Templates are available at, and are there to ensure that the size and movement of the animations will remain proportional to the projection. Models featured include a walking person, a flying butterfly or a blooming flower. READ ALSO: Let these different songs paint (or draw) a picture | The arts People can also try out their own spring-inspired designs to trace. Once completed, people are encouraged to take a photo or scan each one and then upload it to the Step Into Spring webpage where BRAG staff will then turn the images into an animation. The activities will be presented on the forecourt of the BRAG / library every evening in October. READ ALSO: Graham Sattler Bids Farewell to the Mitchell Conservatorium After Eight Years For more information or to participate in the project, visit Our journalists work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how to access our trusted content:



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