Contact Us

Use the form on the right to contact us.

If you have any questions about upcoming workshops or classes, or events, please get in touch.

 


Sydney
Australia

Deevisions runs creative workshops for artists and for business in Sydney.

contact_image.jpg

NEWS

EXPLORE YOUR CREATVITY

Rhonda Dee

EXPLORE is the first of a series of 4 extraordinary workshops designed to help each person understand their unique creativity as a powerhouse for change.  Get working on ideas that matter and bring them to completion!  Big ideas, small ideas even dangerous ideas are welcome ;)!

Immerse yourself in stimulating hands-on projects

Gain clarity over your projects

Share your thoughts in lively discussions

Experience presentations that take your ideas to the next level.

Materials and light refreshments provided.

Read More

Rhonda Dee presents: Frida Kahlo: Art, Life and Culture.

Rhonda Dee

Frida Kahlo: Art, Life, and Culture - a unique opportunity to delve into the extraordinary life and times of the famed Mexican artist Frida Kahlo on Saturday June 9th.

Workshop is being held at Underground Artspace, 294 Sydney Rd. Balgowlah.

Cost: $180 includes all materials and lunch.

Times: 10:00am - 4:00pm

This one day workshop is being held in conjunction with the Art Gallery NSW upcoming exhibition Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/…/frida-kahlo-and-diego-r…/ from June 25th - Oct.9th.

Authentic Mexican lunch served, inter-active explorations to ignite the imagination and create unique artworks of your own in a beautiful bright studio with indoor and outdoor access.

Read More

Urban Theatre Projects Residency

Rhonda Dee

Rhonda Dee has been invited to participate in an artist residency at Urban Theatre Projects in September 2015 . She will be featuring a multi-media artwork in the theatre space that explores the transformational nature of the “Body at Work”.  She will be working in collaboration with sound artists, dancers and film-makers to expand the context of her practice as she sets out once again to explore offices and factories as micro-cultures within the global flux.