Workshops are energetic, creative and informative. Students participate in a range of illustration activities and gain insight into key visual literacy tools.
Workshops can include the following:
- Character design
- Creating illustrations
- Visual literacy – the visual tools to understand how an illustration ‘works’
- Interpreting text visually
- Book cover design
- Why sketchbooks?
- Watercolours – making a creative mess
A workshop information pack can be downloaded by clicking the images below.
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Australia (excluding Western Australia) and New Zealand
Young Australia Workshop
Toll Free: 1800 227 095 / Sydney Metro: 02 8021 5312
The Wheeler Centre for Books, Writing and Ideas (VIC) ‘His presentation was polished and he got through everything he wanted in the hour. Giving a publisher pitch to the kids was a great idea – it got them drawing, and gave a real (simplified) idea of what it’s like to work as an illustrator – the rejections, the processes, some tips and tricks, some of the lingo. He gave them deadlines (one or two minutes) and got them to add settings and backgrounds.’
Margaret River Primary School (WA)‘With over 260 students, ranging from years 1 – 4, Gabriel expertly explained to the students his craft. He presented at a level that all the students could understand and they were all keen to listen intently.’
Town of Cambridge Library (WA)‘Gabriel tailored each session to the age groups really well and was able to link in the bookmark competition for the Premier Summer Reading Challenge on the day.’
Zac (Derby Primary School) ‘I liked that we got to make our own book carver. The hardis bit was droring the pirate but the best part was we got to met an illartraet.’
Sienna (Derby Primary School) ‘We was drawing pitches of pirates. I had so much fun at the Derby libery Gabriel Evans is the best drawa’
Carys (Derby Primary School) ‘…he taught us how to draw detailed pictures it was awesome….Gabriel Evens is a realy nice person he will follow his dreams.’