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State Winner for 'Building Communities' in the Telstra Best of Business Awards 2024; State Winner for 'Promoting Sustainability' in the Telstra Best of Business Awards 2022

12 - 13 October 2024 - Introduction to Nature Journaling with Cerae Mitchell

Original price $380.00 - Original price $380.00
Original price
$380.00 - $380.00
Current price $380.00

Take some time out for an introduction to nature journaling Cerae Mitchell!

  • Date: 12 & 13 October 2024
  • Day/Time: Saturday and Sunday 9.30am - 4.30pm 
  • Venue: Queensland Museum, Brisbane - 9.30am - 12.30pm Saturday plus field trip in the Southbank area
  • Field trip: Sunday field location - Karawatha Forest Discovery Centre, Brisbane

Workshop details:

Learn how to observe and engage with nature in a different way and join me for an introductory one-day workshop. Understand the benefits of connecting with nature, the key elements of being a naturalist and learn more about the environment around you. Try nature journaling with the use of a visual art diary, creating sketches, notes and impressions of everything around you in nature. We will spend the morning at the Queensland Museum learning about nature journaling, as well as tips on basic drawing and observation skills, and then spend time practising key concepts in the field at Southbank parkland. On Sunday we will visit the Karawatha Forest Discovery Centre for an afternoon of field sketching.

Create a personal record of your nature experiences around Brisbane, and wherever you are in the world.  

Materials: A materials list will be sent to all participants prior to the workshop.  Please bring suitable walking shoes and outdoor clothing for our field trip. 

About the Tutor:

Cerae has led nature journaling classes for the Brisbane City Council and Sunshine Coast University. She is a former high school art teacher now working her dream job teaching people of all ages about the environment and connecting them to nature. Cerae works full-time at Brisbane City Council’s environment centres as the Community Engagement Coordinator and casually at the University of the Sunshine Coast teaching nature journaling. Cerae is also studying to become a qualified Forest Therapy Guide this year. In her spare time when she’s not working or looking after her two young girls, Cerae loves hiking, bird watching, rock-hopping, van camping and nature journaling.


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