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Live Love Learn October Workshops 2019

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WHAT ARE OUR WORKSHOPS ABOUT?

We equip kids with the essential tools to be successful students and leaders.

Your kids will experience...

  • Freedom to be and express themselves without fear of judgement
  • Creative and innovative ways of problem solving
  • The power of collaboration and communication
  • The power of taking time to connect with their inner wisdom
  • The power and joy of Independent thinking

Kids today feel the pressure to perform and that they are rushed to do a lot. Our kids are experiencing greater anxiety and depression at exceedingly young ages. 

They’re not learning the full tool set needed to both compete and excel in today’s world. Instead, we are just teaching our kids to do more. 

We aren't human doings...

We are human beings!

Our October workshops focus on creating an optimal space to create and problem solve, learning to trust themselves and their intuition.

We encourage independent thinking where children get in touch with their personal rhythm. With thinking groups and pairs we stimulate their imagination and encourage socialisation and collaboration.

Imagine what it would be like if you felt completely free to trust yourself to take risks, experiment and have fun.

CREATING FUTURE LEADERS WHO ARE HAPPY AND EXCEL IN LIFE.

Scroll down to see our workshop options for the week.

 

DATES

2 - 4 OCTOBER 2019

10, 11 OCTOBER 2019

VENUE

THE FIELD @ EASTS RUGBY CLUB

 22a O'Sullivan Rd, Bellevue Hill NSW 2023

CONTACT DETAILS

TRACEY HAYIM 0421088144 | info@livelovelearn.com.au |  www.livelovelearn.com.au

Map

Sessions

Sessions Description Status

WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER 2019

SHAPES, LINE & FORM

  • Connect with your inner self through meditation practice and movement.

  • It's all about the process and exploration.

  • Printing and painting to capture the impressions of nature, finding the beauty of the natural world and its shapes, line and form.

  • Join the artists as they venture out of the workshop into the fresh air, parks and gardens looking for the beauty in the natural world. Explore the role of a botanist recoding the beauty of the natural world through water colour painting and the old photographic technique of Cyanotype painting, capturing the impressions of plants and leaves and the wonders of the out doors.   

NAKISHA & SABINE JAMIESON

Sabine and Nakisha Jamieson are twins with a passion to create artwork from found and natural objects, engaging creatively with the materials they find around them. They both have a deep affinity for the natural environment that stems from their childhood, having grown up on an organic farm in the hinterland of Byron Bay. They are currently both studying fine art at the National Art School in Sydney. 

Both girls bring a unique approach to their art practise, exploring and engaging with the world around them, however they share a passion for engaging creatively with young children. Sabine and Nakisha have a natural affinity to inspire, connect, and instruct, children and youth in order to draw out their creativity and awareness of alternative ways of thought and a more conscious way of living.

Sabine and Nakisha’s message is simple: 

“We have all the resources at our finger tips in order to create positive change in our selves, our home, our community and the planet.”

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER 9AM - 3.15PM SHAPE, LINE & FORM Open

THURSDAY 3 OCTOBER 2019

BUILDING BRIDGES

  • Connect with your inner self through meditation and mindful movement.

  • Hear personal stories from an experienced Civil Engineer - Roger Hayim who has built bridges.

  • Work with Sammi Hayim - architect student on the concepts of design and structure of bridges.

  • Work in a team or on your own to create a bridge using an array of construction materials.

  • Delve into the symbolisim of building bridges 

SAMMI HAYIM 

Sammi has Bachelors degree in Medical Science. She decided she wanted to pursue her creative passions and enrolled in Architecture. She has just completed her first year and was awarded the Dean’s Scholar award for her work. She is in love with what she does and applies her logical and creative mind. 

  READ MORE 

 

THURSDAY 3 OCTOBER 9AM - 3.15PM BUILDING BRIDGES Open

FRIDAY 4 OCTOBER 2019

THE JOY OF SEEING - BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

  • Learn what it means to ‘paint with light’.

  • By using different materials, shapes and a range of lighting effects, together with overlapping, transparency and reflection, we will create and develop structures and objects that will be digitally photographed by each child.

  • No two people sees the same redness of an apple. By each individual photographing the same structure, a body of work will be produced that reflects how we all see things differently.

  • Each person will take home their own photograph take from their perspective.

HEIDI MELAMED

REFLECTION

As long as I am aware, I have always drawn and painted. Fortunately, I have spent my life being creative, how lucky am I. I surround myself with images and objects that I love and that brings me joy. I am passionate about art and my mission is to share this joy with others in as many ways as I can.

We are all different and see things differently. No two people see the same redness of an apple. ‘Seeing’ is joyful. Using form, colour and light as mechanisms in my own art practice, I would like to bring to LLL some interesting ideas that may contribute to students seeing and experiencing the world around them differently.

As an artist, if I can inspire people to find joy in art, which inevitably enriches one’s life, then that is a footprint that I will proudly leave.

For many years, I used traditional mediums for drawing and painting. In the contemporary artworld of this millennium, art is considered to be anything! And is much more than paint on canvas. Artists today operate in a multi-disciplinary way blurring boundaries between disciplines like sculpture, painting and installation, and embracing many mediums, like; digital, video and VR. I work across disciplines using mixed media and paint with light in space.

I find inspiration from the world around me. I get inspired by things I see walking the dogs, travelling, reading books and magazines. From watching television and movies, visiting galleries, museums and exhibitions. My eyes are always open to absorb what I see. I am open to new ideas and influences and am willing to change and adapt to the constantly changing technologies.

Graduating with two Master degrees in five years, has given me the opportunity to be part of two very different and dynamic institutions; the UNSW Art and Design and The National Art School. Having been immersed in these centres of learning has changed the way that I see and respond to the world around me. Giving myself this opportunity to learn has been a ‘standout’ moment in my life. But by far, the most ‘standout’ moments have been being able to share this experience with my own children. By them seeing me work while being around them, gave them the opportunity to contribute valuable and insightful opinions that has enriched my working process.

Whilst I do work alone often, it is important to remember that no man is an island. It is important to network and collaborate with other people in order to grow. The power of the collective is immense.

 

 

FRIDAY 4 OCTOBER 9AM - 3.15PM THE JOY OF SEEING Open

THURSDAY 10 OCTOBER 2019

REWIND TO THE 80'S

  • Meditation and movement to start the day. Inspired music and dance from the 80's

  • Hear from Beck Feiner on how and why she created her fun and rad book: My folks grew up in the 80's.

  • Discover the techniques of stylisation as an illustration technique and apply them to a contemporary set of canvasses influenced by the 80's using mixed media. 

  • Take home your art makings from the day.

BECK FEINER

Beck Feiner is an illustrator, designer and author living in Sydney, Australia. 

She graduated with honours in Visual Communications from UTS Sydney. 

Beck’s creative style has evolved from her years working as a graphic designer and art-director in the advertising industry in Sydney and overseas. Her concepts distil visuals to their essence and imbue characters, scenes and motifs with a sense of fun and a colourful love of life. 

Becky left the world of advertising to produce her two most rewarding creations: Levi and Esme.

While doing so Becky has decided to focus on her true passion: illustration and worked on a wide range of commissioned projects

She then created the original Mum’s Milestones cards plus the first ever Yiddish Emojis. 

In 2017 she was approached by Harper Collins to turn a project ‘Aussie Legends Alphabet’ into a book. This turned into a 4 book deal, with her husband Robin Feiner as writer/co creator. Their second book ‘If I was Prime Minister’ has just been published. 

Beck hopes to have a long career creating books that kids love.

https://youtu.be/WI1DiMDgdrg

 READ MORE 

THURSDAY 10 OCTOBER 9AM - 3.15PM REWIND TO THE 80'S Open

FRIDAY 11 OCTOBER 2019 

TEMPORARY STRUCTURES

Succot - is a Jewish celebration which has rich underlying philosophies that are relevant in today’s world: environmentalism, displacement, valuing imperfection and open home.

We will learn through an experiential workshop about the origin, philosophy and design of a Succah.

“The succah has some very basic requirements, but beyond these rules its construction is left to one's imagination and creativity.”

Rabbi Alan B. Lucas, The Observant Life

What is Succah by the Sea?

Succah by the Sea in association with Sculptures by the Sea have curated a new platform for architectural companies to come together to create temporary structures based on the origin, philosophy and design of a Succah. These creations will be displayed at Sculptures by the Sea from 24 October to 10m November. 

https://www.succahbythesea.com.au/

https://sculpturebythesea.com/

Why are we doing the workshop?

We feel that the concepts are very relevant in educating us today whether old or young. We believe that the more variation and experiences our children can get around our world the more leaders we will create who can make a difference in creating a sustainable world.

What we will we be doing?

  • Morning meditation and movement with the themes and concepts relating too Succot.

  • Experiment with different materials, found, reused and recycled to create a temporary structure.

  • Work independently or in collaboration to build and make. We are flexible with how a child wants to work.

  • Share our creative process and thinking with one another.

  • The most creative, innovative and imaginative pieces will be used on Succah by the sea’s marketing material/social media.

  • Take your creations home to share with family and friends.

TRACEY & SAMMI HAYIM 

Tracey and Sammi are a formidable mother daughter creative team who have been working creatively since Sammi was able to do so. That was when Sammi was about 16 months old. We have found that our happy place, our bonding place is either cooking, baking or making art. We have formed a relationship whereby we have developed a trust and understanding when it comes to art and design. We bring together complimentary skills that create awesome work. 

Our teamwork comes with disagreements too, however in these spaces we have learned so much more about ourselves and how to problem solve issues.

Succot is a familiar festival in our home which we celebrate. We have many fond memories of eating under the stars, decorating and building our Sukkah. Each person in our family has a role to play in making it happen. The joy is in the conversations and bonding that takes place within this temporal structure. The joy of knowing this imperfect structure is perfect in bringing us together with family and friends.

We would like to share our experiences in this hands on workshop.

 READ MORE ON SAMMI 

FRIDAY 11 OCTOBER 9AM TO 3.15PM TEMPORARY STRUCTURES Open

WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER 2019

SHAPES, LINE & FORM

  • Connect with your inner self through meditation practice and movement.

  • It's all about the process and exploration.

  • Printing and painting to capture the impressions of nature, finding the beauty of the natural world and its shapes, line and form.

  • Join the artists as they venture out of the workshop into the fresh air, parks and gardens looking for the beauty in the natural world. Explore the role of a botanist recoding the beauty of the natural world through water colour painting and the old photographic technique of Cyanotype painting, capturing the impressions of plants and leaves and the wonders of the out doors.   

NAKISHA & SABINE JAMIESON

Sabine and Nakisha Jamieson are twins with a passion to create artwork from found and natural objects, engaging creatively with the materials they find around them. They both have a deep affinity for the natural environment that stems from their childhood, having grown up on an organic farm in the hinterland of Byron Bay. They are currently both studying fine art at the National Art School in Sydney. 

Both girls bring a unique approach to their art practise, exploring and engaging with the world around them, however they share a passion for engaging creatively with young children. Sabine and Nakisha have a natural affinity to inspire, connect, and instruct, children and youth in order to draw out their creativity and awareness of alternative ways of thought and a more conscious way of living.

Sabine and Nakisha’s message is simple: 

“We have all the resources at our finger tips in order to create positive change in our selves, our home, our community and the planet.”

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER 9AM - 3.15PM
SHAPE, LINE & FORM
Open

THURSDAY 3 OCTOBER 2019

BUILDING BRIDGES

  • Connect with your inner self through meditation and mindful movement.

  • Hear personal stories from an experienced Civil Engineer - Roger Hayim who has built bridges.

  • Work with Sammi Hayim - architect student on the concepts of design and structure of bridges.

  • Work in a team or on your own to create a bridge using an array of construction materials.

  • Delve into the symbolisim of building bridges 

SAMMI HAYIM 

Sammi has Bachelors degree in Medical Science. She decided she wanted to pursue her creative passions and enrolled in Architecture. She has just completed her first year and was awarded the Dean’s Scholar award for her work. She is in love with what she does and applies her logical and creative mind. 

  READ MORE 

 

THURSDAY 3 OCTOBER 9AM - 3.15PM
BUILDING BRIDGES
Open

FRIDAY 4 OCTOBER 2019

THE JOY OF SEEING - BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

  • Learn what it means to ‘paint with light’.

  • By using different materials, shapes and a range of lighting effects, together with overlapping, transparency and reflection, we will create and develop structures and objects that will be digitally photographed by each child.

  • No two people sees the same redness of an apple. By each individual photographing the same structure, a body of work will be produced that reflects how we all see things differently.

  • Each person will take home their own photograph take from their perspective.

HEIDI MELAMED

REFLECTION

As long as I am aware, I have always drawn and painted. Fortunately, I have spent my life being creative, how lucky am I. I surround myself with images and objects that I love and that brings me joy. I am passionate about art and my mission is to share this joy with others in as many ways as I can.

We are all different and see things differently. No two people see the same redness of an apple. ‘Seeing’ is joyful. Using form, colour and light as mechanisms in my own art practice, I would like to bring to LLL some interesting ideas that may contribute to students seeing and experiencing the world around them differently.

As an artist, if I can inspire people to find joy in art, which inevitably enriches one’s life, then that is a footprint that I will proudly leave.

For many years, I used traditional mediums for drawing and painting. In the contemporary artworld of this millennium, art is considered to be anything! And is much more than paint on canvas. Artists today operate in a multi-disciplinary way blurring boundaries between disciplines like sculpture, painting and installation, and embracing many mediums, like; digital, video and VR. I work across disciplines using mixed media and paint with light in space.

I find inspiration from the world around me. I get inspired by things I see walking the dogs, travelling, reading books and magazines. From watching television and movies, visiting galleries, museums and exhibitions. My eyes are always open to absorb what I see. I am open to new ideas and influences and am willing to change and adapt to the constantly changing technologies.

Graduating with two Master degrees in five years, has given me the opportunity to be part of two very different and dynamic institutions; the UNSW Art and Design and The National Art School. Having been immersed in these centres of learning has changed the way that I see and respond to the world around me. Giving myself this opportunity to learn has been a ‘standout’ moment in my life. But by far, the most ‘standout’ moments have been being able to share this experience with my own children. By them seeing me work while being around them, gave them the opportunity to contribute valuable and insightful opinions that has enriched my working process.

Whilst I do work alone often, it is important to remember that no man is an island. It is important to network and collaborate with other people in order to grow. The power of the collective is immense.

 

 

FRIDAY 4 OCTOBER 9AM - 3.15PM
THE JOY OF SEEING
Open

THURSDAY 10 OCTOBER 2019

REWIND TO THE 80'S

  • Meditation and movement to start the day. Inspired music and dance from the 80's

  • Hear from Beck Feiner on how and why she created her fun and rad book: My folks grew up in the 80's.

  • Discover the techniques of stylisation as an illustration technique and apply them to a contemporary set of canvasses influenced by the 80's using mixed media. 

  • Take home your art makings from the day.

BECK FEINER

Beck Feiner is an illustrator, designer and author living in Sydney, Australia. 

She graduated with honours in Visual Communications from UTS Sydney. 

Beck’s creative style has evolved from her years working as a graphic designer and art-director in the advertising industry in Sydney and overseas. Her concepts distil visuals to their essence and imbue characters, scenes and motifs with a sense of fun and a colourful love of life. 

Becky left the world of advertising to produce her two most rewarding creations: Levi and Esme.

While doing so Becky has decided to focus on her true passion: illustration and worked on a wide range of commissioned projects

She then created the original Mum’s Milestones cards plus the first ever Yiddish Emojis. 

In 2017 she was approached by Harper Collins to turn a project ‘Aussie Legends Alphabet’ into a book. This turned into a 4 book deal, with her husband Robin Feiner as writer/co creator. Their second book ‘If I was Prime Minister’ has just been published. 

Beck hopes to have a long career creating books that kids love.

https://youtu.be/WI1DiMDgdrg

 READ MORE 

THURSDAY 10 OCTOBER 9AM - 3.15PM
REWIND TO THE 80'S
Open

FRIDAY 11 OCTOBER 2019 

TEMPORARY STRUCTURES

Succot - is a Jewish celebration which has rich underlying philosophies that are relevant in today’s world: environmentalism, displacement, valuing imperfection and open home.

We will learn through an experiential workshop about the origin, philosophy and design of a Succah.

“The succah has some very basic requirements, but beyond these rules its construction is left to one's imagination and creativity.”

Rabbi Alan B. Lucas, The Observant Life

What is Succah by the Sea?

Succah by the Sea in association with Sculptures by the Sea have curated a new platform for architectural companies to come together to create temporary structures based on the origin, philosophy and design of a Succah. These creations will be displayed at Sculptures by the Sea from 24 October to 10m November. 

https://www.succahbythesea.com.au/

https://sculpturebythesea.com/

Why are we doing the workshop?

We feel that the concepts are very relevant in educating us today whether old or young. We believe that the more variation and experiences our children can get around our world the more leaders we will create who can make a difference in creating a sustainable world.

What we will we be doing?

  • Morning meditation and movement with the themes and concepts relating too Succot.

  • Experiment with different materials, found, reused and recycled to create a temporary structure.

  • Work independently or in collaboration to build and make. We are flexible with how a child wants to work.

  • Share our creative process and thinking with one another.

  • The most creative, innovative and imaginative pieces will be used on Succah by the sea’s marketing material/social media.

  • Take your creations home to share with family and friends.

TRACEY & SAMMI HAYIM 

Tracey and Sammi are a formidable mother daughter creative team who have been working creatively since Sammi was able to do so. That was when Sammi was about 16 months old. We have found that our happy place, our bonding place is either cooking, baking or making art. We have formed a relationship whereby we have developed a trust and understanding when it comes to art and design. We bring together complimentary skills that create awesome work. 

Our teamwork comes with disagreements too, however in these spaces we have learned so much more about ourselves and how to problem solve issues.

Succot is a familiar festival in our home which we celebrate. We have many fond memories of eating under the stars, decorating and building our Sukkah. Each person in our family has a role to play in making it happen. The joy is in the conversations and bonding that takes place within this temporal structure. The joy of knowing this imperfect structure is perfect in bringing us together with family and friends.

We would like to share our experiences in this hands on workshop.

 READ MORE ON SAMMI 

FRIDAY 11 OCTOBER 9AM TO 3.15PM
TEMPORARY STRUCTURES
Open

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