Sunday Craft & Chill - How to Draw: Aussie Animals

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Sunday Craft & Chill - How to Draw: Aussie Animals

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All you'll need is some paper, pencils or pens, and a not-too-serious attitude!

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Join us for another super chill session of our "How To Draw" series!

This week we're looking at our favourite Aussie animal pals. Get to know our native fauna and gain some drawing skills. Relax with a fun session drawing koalas, wombats, quokkas and more!

These sessions are designed to help you just relax with a bit of fun drawing - no skills required. In fact you might just be surprised by what you can draw with a just few simple tips & tricks!

If there's an animal you want to draw or a classic Aussie song you want to hear - let us know and we'll see what we can do!

Sunday Craft & Chill Sessions - October Listings
4 Oct - Kirigami Papercutting: Sunday Craft & Chill
11 Oct - How to Draw: The Muppets - Sunday Craft & Chill
18 Oct - How to Draw: Studio Ghibli - Sunday Craft & Chill
25 Oct - How to Draw: Aussie Animals - Sunday Craft & Chill

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This activity is open to all members of the La Trobe Community (and their plus ones) and is brought to you by Bendigo Student Association, City Campus, La Trobe Student Union, Mildura Students' Association and Shepparton Students' Association in collaboration. We're working together to bring you awesome events, no matter where you're based.

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LTSU: latrobesu.org.au/events2020 | facebook.com/ltsuactivities
BSA: bsabendigo.com.au/Events | facebook.com/bsa.bendigo
-- We acknowledge that this event and our participants are located on the stolen lands of many traditional custodians across Australia. We respect and honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise their ongoing connection to the land and that sovereignty has never been ceded. Always was, Always will be Aboriginal land --

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