2023 Monday Evening POP-UP Art Adventures


Date Monday 13 November – Monday 11 December
Time Monday evening, 6.30pm–8.30pm
Location CAW Studio B, 21 Blaxland Crescent, Griffith ACT
Convenor Carolyn Brooks, Sallie Saunders, Amanda Adrian
Fee $30.00 per class (Non-Members)
$24.00 per class (Members)
Notes Maximum 10 students per class (plus model).
Click through the calendar below to find the dates listed above. Only dates available for booking will show in red.
Once the group is full the date will disappear.
Want a discount? Become a member by purchasing a membership here.




13 November

Gelli Wrestling’

Making your own Gelli Plates – get the recipe and see how it is done

20 November

Gelli Play’

Now for using the Gelli Plate – make your own cards and art works

27 November

The Art of Bookmaking’

Make your own books for presents, presentations and art

4 December

Paper Play’

Collage and composition

11 December

Playing with Colour’

Mixing colours from a basic set

For more information contact Sallie Saunders: 0419474775
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to help set up. We also appreciate help with packing up after the session. We look forward to seeing you in the studio.

Cancellation / Refund Policy

Cancellation/Refund policy can be found HERE

Code of Conduct

CAW has strict rules for Art Groups, Workshops and Courses where a model is present, anyone not adhering to these rules will have their membership immediately cancelled.

Details of the Code of Conduct for Sessions with Models can be found HERE:

Gelli Printing

What is Gelli printing?

A Gelli plate is a flexible, durable, reusable, and transparent plate to make monoprints. You either buy one or you can make it yourself with gelatine, glycerin and alcohol.

Gelli printing is a form of monoprinting. Each piece of work is unique and usually depends largely on chance.

What do you need for Gelli Printing?

  • Gelli plate;
  • Brayer. the softer ones for inking the plate and harder ones for pressing the paper on the paint;
  • Paint. Acrylic paint is great to start with because it dries quickly and gives an instant result.
  • Textures, stamps, stencils, etc;
  • Paper, fabric, or other substrates;
  • Sometimes useful, Gel medium.

ASOC Discounts

ASOC Members receive a 20% discount on all CAW workshop and courses.
To claim your discount simply contact membership.secretary@asoc.net.au for the coupon and use it when you purchase this product.
If you are having problems download these instructions for applying the discount coupon