The Nepean Redevelopment is hosting two workshops at the Penrith Regional Gallery for Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District (NBMLHD) staff and local community members to create artwork for Nepean Hospital’s new 14-storey tower.
Facilitated by designer and visual artist Nicole Law, the workshops are a creative and fun way to contribute to our new hospital, catering to all abilities and experience.
Nicole will guide participants in print making and collage work to create engaging framed artwork pieces for the hospital walls.
Registrations are now closed. We recieved an overwhelming response to the workshops, and entries will be selected randomly via a ballot system.
If you are selected for a workshop, you will be notified via email on Wednesday 23 September.
Friday 16 October or Saturday 17 October
9.15am – 2.30pm
Free (A light lunch is included)
Penrith Regional Gallery
: 86 River Road, Emu Plains NSW 2750
The nearest train station to Penrith Regional Gallery is Emu Plains Station. As the gallery is a decent walk from there, visitors requiring a taxi from the station are advised to alight the train at Penrith Station, where there are many more cabs available.
There is no bus stop near the gallery.
On street parking available and there is one parking space for people with disabilities at the gallery. Enter the car park via the River Road and follow the driveway, these parks are in the right-hand corner, closest to the gallery.
While there is one disabled parking space and level access from on-street parking, navigating the path can be tricky so we recommend getting a lift via a friend, Uber or taxi who can drop you at the front door. An accessible bathroom is also available.
Non attendance at these workshops will affect the outcome of the art project. If you are selected for a workshop but can no longer attend please email: HIemail@example.com
as soon as possible so someone on the waiting list can fill your position.